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 Silence  is  the  loudest  Sound
Silence  is  the  loudest  sound,
That  I  have  ever  heard, It
Says  so  many  things, Though
It  never  speaks  a  word


And  though  not  heard  by
Mortal  ear,
It  shouts  reverberate
Throughout  the  brain


Things  left  unspoken
Become  a  branding  iron,
Pressed  into  the  hearts
Of  men


It  sets  the  imagination
Ablaze, It  becomes  a  pitiless
Mocker, Invisible  to  the
Human  eye.


Silence  is  not  golden, It's
Cruel, calculated  torture, It
Becomes  a  heartless  capture
Colder  than  an  arctic  night


It's  torment  that  reigns
Mercilessly, Inflicting  invisible
Pain  upon  the  helpless  hearts,
Of  each  victim  that  it  claims.



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