It gnaws.

Silence gnaws.

The pain comes in subtle spasms, quite easy to ignore but reality cannot let be.

What a drug is to the addict, so is the utterance of a word to the pain of this silence, but just like the addiction more and more of words are needed.

Does the pain of silence speak of a greater need?


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Furaha ya Izzoh on September 9, 2014 at 10:17 am

    Yes it does. It’s a greater social need for a sense of belonging. Family, friends, neibours and colleagues from whom words come in bulk and break the monotony of silence. In such forums fears are relieved, doubts are cleared, wisdom is shared. For as iron sharpens iron so does one man enlighten another.


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