Daily Prompt: Doubter’s Alert: Silence is not quiet or calm. And it is not peace.

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Doubters Alert.”  Pensive,  Radical

What commonly accepted truth (or “truth”) do you think is wrong, or at least seriously doubt?  Why?

Silence is an expression of peace
Quietness, of tranquillity.
Something that has been imbibed,
but experience could never justify it.
Silence has always been painful,
portray things, I’d rather not see.
Quietness has been a curse,
with all that hurt and hatred inside!
Keeping mum doesn’t suffice,
behind the mask, I’m not nice.
Whining, pouting and screaming then help,
They really do protect what is at stake!

Silence is golden.

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