The Silencer - Poem by Matt Mooney
I travelled on the Luas at last:
A silent maiden voyage
Across Séan Heuston bridge,
Its brazen tracks had taken.
By red bricked ill gotten streets,
Deserted faded and neglected.
Only a single one-way traffic lane
The silent snake has left beside it
As it steals through Jervis Street
And by The Smithfield Market
To the very heart of Dublin city-
Still without a sound-the silencer.
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