Tears of Quiteness

Poem by: Mary Jo

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About quite tears

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Submitted: January 25, 2012

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Tears of Quietness.

You never hear them,

nor see them,

But they are there.

Most times,

the person is quite,

they only

wave and smile.

I always tell myself,

on days when I have

quite tears,

that no one can see them.

But truly,

there is always a person

weather near or far,

that knows I have

Tears of Quietness.

They can not see them,

but the have a feeling inside,

and all they have to do,

is look into

my 'beautiful' eyes,

and they'll know.

Today I have tears,

that softly fall down my face.

I look to the ground

while my hair covers my face.

I tell everyone I'm ok.

I smile and try

not to show fear.

But I know soon

someone that says I am dear

to the,

will see my

Quite tears.

 


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