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Poems About: SILENCE

In this page, poems on / about “silence” are listed.
  • 1.

    Silence, Silence, Silence…
    Silence is the language of my seclusion
    Silence is my Shadow, is not an illusion
    Silence is the Reason of my SOLITUDE read more »

    Glamorous Enigma
  • 2.
    Silence, My Silence, Your Silence, The Silence Of Word

    Silence, my silence, your silence, the silence of the word, the silence all around,
    Talk I, want I to penetrate into,
    My silence, your silence,
    Your silence mine read more »

    Bijay Kant Dubey
  • 3.
    Silence Is...

    Silence is an absence read more »

    Kyle.J Carruthers
  • 4.

    Silence is dark
    Silence is black
    Silence is fear
    Silence is sear read more »

    Jose Lu
  • 5.

    This word has millions of meanings to me
    The way I find peace, the way I see life with joy read more »

    Brendan M. Rumney
  • 6.
    silence no more

    Silence means you never hate me
    silence means you will again date me
    silence means you need some time
    silence means you are fine read more »

  • 7.
    Morning Meditations: A Monk, Utter Silence, Chrysanthemums

    A monk, taken with utter silence by chrysanthemums
    and with chrysanthemums by utter silence
    saw chrysanthemums taken with utter silence,
    utter silence taken with chrysanthemums read more »

    douglas scotney
  • 8.

    Silence speaks
    Silence screams
    Silence talks louder then any word
    that cuts true the heart like a sword. read more »

    Milica Franchi De Luri
  • 9.
    Eternal Silence

    Silence when we are walking,
    Silence when we think,
    Silence is what fills us all, read more »

    Okami Kamikaze
  • 10.
    Language of Silence

    a brief pause in a raging fury
    a calmness of steel in euphoric glory read more »

    Nitin Suresh
  • 11.

    Perhaps, the best defense

    Is to keep shut, shunned, marred read more »

    Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  • 12.

    At first, there was absolute silence.
    And at least, there was absolute silence.

    In between, it's a(n) read more »

    Venkata Majeti
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