A wistful poem about silence, which is all about an inward journey into one’s own self.
A day of
silence is equivalent to
thousand holy nights,
Silence is a day of colors
Splashing hues of serenity.
It’s the flute of calmness
And the euphony of broken lyrics,
That breaks the dissonance of chaos
Into ineffable harmony.
It’s the spring of every fading season
That sprouts buds of hope,
For the roasted souls
And wanderers of autumn.
It’s a serene river of meditation
Flowing from the soul,
That drowns you
To lift you to the shore.
A day of silence
Is a journey within…
That rides you
Through the abyss of consciousness
Within the flashes of memories,
To unveil the undiscovered you.
Ah! Silence is a day of colors
Splashing hues of serenity!
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