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  • Cassandra Daneluscu

The Silence of Acceptance…

When silence is painful,

we speak to fill it.

We might speak too much,

we might wish we didn’t.

To ignore or submerge,

our thoughts, prayers, and wishes,

pushed aside in dirty water

like piles of dirty dishes.

Silence is necessary;

few listen to empty

their head of thoughts

replaced by fake-smiles-a-plenty.

When the thoughts pool,

we have time to just sit

too little too late,

though no one will say it.

Loud thoughts in our heads

keep our mouths motionless,

as the silence of acceptance

sounds like a roar; quite ferocious.


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