Silent tongues

Silent tongues

A Poem by Rayne Murray

Silent tongues and cracked lips
They’re telling it all with pleading eyes
They shift their weight between their hips
Afraid to let out their truths they only tell lies
I’d be afraid to if it were me
A secret so large
It could fill the sea
And no one wants to lead the way and take charge
So they sit and look down never up
They try to hide their faces in shame
And each stare down into their plastic cup
It’s an endless silent game
Never thinking past their silent show
That maybe I already know

© 2016 Rayne Murray

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Added on January 19, 2016
Last Updated on January 19, 2016


Rayne Murray
Rayne Murray

Merritt Island, FL

Welcome to my profile, my name is Angelica. I hope you enjoy my poetry and occasional stories. I wanna say off the bat that my poems aren't about my my life and even if they are it's none of your conc.. more..

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