Though this is long, I enjoyed reading it. I think you have penned something amazing. It made me think in some areas, and question in a few others. The emotion was well done as was the purpose of it. Flow was not an issue in this piece, it was done quite well in fact. Excellent job
7 years ago
Silence is Golden
in a temple of peace or solitude
When the soul is seeking out someone eternal
or when cherishing some ethereal memories
Alone, in all that worldly confusion full of lies
^ Silence is golden! -> I definitely agree with that!
And here, the first stanza directed my thoughts to the relation between humans and God. Silence between them... is just a connection. A tight one!
Silence is sometimes needed
to let our thoughts wander far and wide
when we are thinking deep, quiet or aloud
as a scientist, an artist or a monk
to find that elusive discovery, wonderful artistry or truth
^ In this stanza, you can tell that not only silence in prayers.. but also in every other thing.. work.. art.. poetry..
Silence can be ominous
when delivered as a mortal blow
to the psyche, heart or the soul
leaving them speechless, bleeding and wounded
it can be fatal you know, even to the immortal
^ What an amazing scenery.
Silence is a golden stone-heart
one made of material tougher than granite
but is there really any stone or heart in this world
that hard or invincible
that a diamond cutter's pen not cut through
^ And omg.. the last three verses are brilliantly penned.!!!
I love it. You just developed 'silence is golden' in so many thoughts, tightly connected and of vividness and thickness!! :)