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My Silence Is Pregnant With Meaning

My silence is pregnant with meaning,
Replete with dreams and yearning,
Dreams nipped in the bud,
Desires ruthlessly rubbed in the mud,
Like roses shriveled by the merciless weeds,
Of pressure, control and repression,
My silence is pregnant with meaning,
Some say silence is nonsensicality, imbecility,
Features fault, failure, and fragility,
Silence of citizens, silence of slaves, silence of students,
Silence of mass, silence of soldiers, silence of sisters,
Indicative of ideological indoctrination and marginalization,
Emblem of powerlessness, racism and segregation,
They have ordered us for ages:
Silence, put a sock in it, zippppppppppppppppppppppp,
My silence is pregnant with meaning,
Women, minorities, untouchables, intellectuals,
Liberals, gays, lesbians, black,
Have no access to powerful dominant discourse,
Lips, sealed by the strings of dogma and prejudice,
Glued tightly by illogicality, and irrationality,
Cemented to mottoes of obedience, and servitude,
I agree,
But I have my own agenda:
Silence is expressing the inexpressible,
Express yourself, express yourself, express yourself,
Shout the rage and vigor within,
Scream the fury and passion, at the top of your voice,
Like a trumpet in a perfect jazz concert,
Your voice is the music, the rhythm,
I am slave to your rhythm,
I dance to the music you play,
Your blood is boiling, your nerves are exploding,
Your talent is burgeoning, your mind is unfolding,
Your voice is the stairway to happiness and prosperity,
Emit the long suffocated voice of equality, justice and liberty,
My silence is pregnant with meaning,
Open the blood-red fiery lips,
Open the crimson, wine-colored burning lips,
Open the feverish, spicy strong lips,
To mend the broken hearts, heal the open wounds,
Of lost loves, fake feelings, cries, and sorrows,
My silence is pregnant with meaning…
 
Ali Rahimi

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  150.     

Silence

Smiles and laughter long gone
Whispers of sweet nothings lost
Beauty of past fades from memory
Silence, silence is all that remains

My ears don't hear her laughter
Or her sweet soothing words
Once best friends with a secret cove
Now two strangers nothing more

Silence, silence
Drives me crazy, my heart yearns
For the touch that's lost
laboured breath, stinging eyes and
Silence, silence are all that remain

Heavens open and its wonders laid bare
Earth give up its finest wares
People laugh and birds sing
But without her eyes and ears, for me
Silence, silence is all that remains
 
jacob mathews

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  151.     

A Little Silence

In you
A little silence,

In me
A little silence,

In us both
A little silence;

That sometimes
Bursts into a noise,

That silence out
Silences,

In both of our lives.
 
Peter S. Quinn

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  152.     

Silence

i can not stand the silence,
its eating me in side,

i can not stand this silence,
its so unbearable at times

i can not stand this silence,
all i can do is cry

ican not stand this silence,
its killing me inside

i want to say i love you,
but this silence is so loud
 
koocoo songbird

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