on being quiet

February 3, 2012 § 2 Comments

The acquisition of silence brings with it the tension of sitting still. The slightest unguarded movement of her thoughts or body reveals this silence for the conflict that it is. In the shift of recognition the grip of focus is loosened and an ordinary silience rushes the cells, like an unrequited love fulfilled.


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