silent August 8, 2013 by sarahmelone 11 I am here and you are where I am lost in an ocean of your silence reaching for a lifeboat of your words but wind speaks waves that crash over me listening cloud cover only beyond my sea your island of words I float in silence AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
Feeling I had so many years ago…your poem reminded me of those days/
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Oh, I just loved this!
Thank you very much!
Such a beautiful piece! Great job
Thanks so much!
The photo is compelling and then the words roll in….wonderful
You are always so kind with your comments. Thank you 🙂
the ocean of your silence, how profound! wonderful, Sarah!
I always think the person who remains silent is actually thinking many things, which you can pick up on if you tune your dial to hear the static. In my experience, the person who “needs” to talk “should” be grateful for the silence, since when *I’ve* been silent it’s not to ‘hurt’ someone but to find my own thoughts, and to rage in my own way… communication is not the answer at times like that. Not unless you *like* inchoate yelling.