This moment explodes into million segments of sunshine and liquor
streaming of roses, bullets slaps my tongue,
to spit the naked lie.
I walk on the fields of white hemisphere
where Poetry romances with me,
Silence is best experienced in the moments
when our body is Old utensils
Breaking my knuckles I smirk at that windowsill
where ashes of my pain melted, floated.

Oh, silence of beauty
come and coincide with my jawline
like the language of warriors
inch by inch slip into my white palms
dividing my delusions into a periphery of the star

Dissolve into my thick shadow of moles and wide dimples
cleaving my reverse staircases
spread like white snow,
spit frost on my forehead
Here, something Paranormal occurs.
And everything is just a white beauty.
Magical. Unearthly.

My one more poem up on Visual Verse.


45 thoughts on “Silence

  1. Enchanted from the very first line. Something about the way you see the world is just… true. Magical energy is ever present in your words.
    Love your poetry so much 🙂

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  2. “The moment explodes… the way you express the things is always fresh.Explosion really amplify the theme of silence in one way.Silence comes when something explodes in us.In last paragraph the use of ” reverse staircases is like oxymoron,but while imagining all your lines I felt like walking somewhere in the snow talking to myself without words.Just me spending time with myself.May be in imagination..but I always adore your thinking

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  3. Like most times… your words do leave me in awe. I’m always amazed at the way you weave together such beautifully enchanting expressions… your work is truly a gem… do love❤❤

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