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A Place To Rest
by Dr. C.S. Shah
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  I mistook your silence
as your weakness,
and continued to shout and scoff;
the words now I find unworthy
even to think of.
I used them as cutting edge,
in arguments and debates,
in seminars and workshops,
only to prove you wrong;
not realizing -
shouting doesn't make
a music or a song.
Exhausted now,
I seek a place to rest, and
you silently stretch your arms.
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April 21, 2002
More By: Dr. C.S. Shah
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Very meaningful and excellent love poem.

pilipubul
12/29/2013 09:50 AM




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