“I don’t want to use my words, so I won’t say them at loud. Instead I’ll keep them in and let them form a big rain cloud. When it’s big enough it will burst from my soul through my eyes and hit the ground. I never had this kind of silence in me, it’s the loudest unheard of noise you could ever see. It’s a flood of misery washing away all of what’s happy. Drowning in the pain of love, with no rescue that I can see, thinking this silent storms gonna be the death of me. I don’t want to use my words, so I won’t say them out loud. Instead I’ll keep them in and let them form a big rain cloud.”

“Rinehart’s Poetry” by Ryan L. Rinehart

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