The Deafening Silence - Poem by Ida Faye
We’ve loved each other many moons past,
A kind of love that people say will last,
But we’ve traveled the same road too fast,
Hence, when a storm came it was a blast.
Memories haunt me, like I am the disaster,
The chaos that ruins our happy ever after,
Now, everything fades…and even laughter,
I am left with a hope for the distant-forever.
We are ought to change together, should we not?
What a bliss we had, and look what we’ve got? !
Should be a life vowed to live together like a knot,
And now, strangers we’ve become as we slowly rot.
We look at each other blankly and quite too long,
Hence, it becomes an agony we chose to prolong,
Have we been become two strangers in a song?
That when think of love, hate is the feeling so strong.
Now the silence is too deafening and loud,
And we became nothing but greedy and proud,
Hush, hush, hush darling as this silence shroud,
Let us be happy once again, share the same cloud.
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