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Taciturnity Poems

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Premium Member - No One Sees You -
(Invisibility)
      In a busy time, we forget to see "the human and beautiful nature"
      forget to breathe ... 
      We follow the "red arrows" ......Read More
Categories: taciturnity, care, metaphor, storm, stress,
Form: Free verse



SEVERANCE
Saša Milivojev - SEVERANCE


To overcome, relinquish
and forget,
black – hearted eyes, as well as innocent,
feigned words of solace
and bitter embrace.
To forget the joys, affections and desires,
hardship and bliss,
friends and enemies,
smiles and tears and prayers.
To be insincere.
To write no more verses.
To trust...Read More
Categories: taciturnity, betrayal, deep, depression, emotions, goodbye, leaving, love,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member the silence
I walk lonely
wander on silent mind

my path begets
the path of pensive

in silence
I talk with myself acutely

minutely I kiss
my taciturnity, smiling, speech
  
the silence 
is the rhythm of my heart 

the silence 
is the true music of my imagination 

the...Read More
Categories: taciturnity, love, silence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Way to Perdition
The Man is lying naked.
This filthy pavement is his abode.
The Man is emaciated and famishing.
And he never begs for alms,
Proud and conceited.
The road is busier than ever.
No one takes interest in him.
No one catches a glimpse at him.
And a few...Read More
Categories: taciturnity, social,
Form: Free verse
Jesus on Trial Part I
The law teachers, and the elders, arrested Jesus.
They went to see the high priest whose name was Caiaphas.
Peter followed into the courtyard at a distance.
The chief priests and Sanhedrin tried to get evidence.
They looked for it in order to give...Read More
Categories: taciturnity, religion, death, son, death, girl, men, son,
Form: Rhyme



So taboo
The taciturnity before the mass,
though not expressed openly,
is implied and understood

The taboo,
the inviolable,
from my lips 
cease the overt,
yet radiate as her lips
connect to mine...
in the privacy
of our,
roam...Read More
Categories: taciturnity, passion
Form: Free verse