Shawn L. Bird

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poem-silence July 11, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 1:35 am
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She fills the sky

with a rainfall of words,

a hurricane of syllables,

a thundering       of sentences.

She brews                     a storm,

but he stands impermeable

in silent eloquence

amid her eye.

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18 Responses to “poem-silence”

  1. Rajiv Says:

    He is the strong, silent type?

  2. BrettsFuture Says:

    That is fantastic Shawn, a great poem. Well done.

  3. This poem reminds me when I say “I told you so” to my son and he knows I’m right.

  4. Joseph Hesch Says:

    We’re men, taught not to express the maelstrom within us, unlike women, who ride its storm and swoop through their world…except if we’re poet guys. Lovely piece, Shawn.

    • Thanks, Joseph. I like poet guys for this reason. My nephew (an English teacher now himself) writes wonderful stuff for his wife (a former student of mine, I introduced him to). I’m occasionally jealous of this phenomenon!

  5. keelymyles Says:

    Ha ha… Sounds like a couple I know! 😉

  6. I feel he is in the eye of a hurricane

  7. allcwrote Says:

    Exquisite!


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