Silence - Poem by Jolanta Gradowicz
Say nothing – let the silence last.
Yes, you taught me to keep silent.
You said: ‘It’s good’ and I took it on trust
And I try to celebrate the moment.
I send another letter to you,
But you pass over it in silence.
There is no talk between us – no argue -
You keep me in the silent suspense.
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