My peace

You don’t know my peace,
not everyone can hear it.
I speak it softly,
but it lasts a lifetime.
Its sine breaks continuously,
with diminishing amplitude.
Its meaning resides loftily
atop a mountain of suffering.

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2 thoughts on “My peace

  1. hannah says:

    it made me think. i like it

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