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I hate silence

I hate silence
Silence I hate it It is deafening
To confront Selves normally hidden Now disclosed by the Absence of noise
Ego dreams haunt my waking Don’t leave me with me I would rather have sounds Of someone else 
I drown in them The rising tide creeps upward Clinging to my throat And I can’t breathe
Carnal ruminations  Hide deeper longing And this salacious hunger Swallows my imagination
When outside volume turns down The inside volume blasts Thwarted by thoughts Murdered by musings
Rage fantasies hem me in Circling like soldiers Prison guards approach
Incarceration's thunder booms
Silence I hate it It is deafening

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