Voices of the Silence within: A short poem
By : Swati Chauhan
When the silence within shouts aloud
the noises outside slowly die out.
You see yourself in the light of truth
and crowds disperse in your mind
The hand you held has left you now
you walk alone, no shadows behind.
It hits you hard, you wonder what to do
how could it happen, only to you
you held so strong
and you hugged so tight
it was the only stretch left to walk
before you could finish the last mile.
Nothing feels right now
and nothing you can do
all colours of joy and hope
rotten n withered before you knew.
Will these clouds ever leave
will the colours shine again
will you ever step out and say
oh I wish to dance in this rain!
For when the silence within shouts aloud
a cacophony of pain breaks out
Your world changes to never be the same
and you wonder if you would ever live again.
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Swati Chauhan is a corporate sales professional turned Freelance writer. A computer engineer and a Management graduate by education, she is a writer by passion. T he Eureka Life has been voted the Top European Blog 2013 by Circle Of M0ms. Apart from “The Eureka Life”, she also writes at Yahoo, Lifehackand Pick The Brain. For more information follow her on Google+ or connect with her through her Facebook page.
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