Silence (Prompt of Angst and Longing)

To hear your voice,
To see your words,
To know you are there
Fills my soul.

With each sound
Your voice brings warmth
With each letter
Your words help me smile.

Together, hands held tight,
We chase the storm clouds away.
Just knowing you are there
Is enough.

// My feeble attempt at this weeks prompt.

About Bradley Corbett

Bradley is a total geek. He loves all thing Science Fiction, Fantasy and is always up for a good pen and paper roleplaying experience.

15 comments on “Silence (Prompt of Angst and Longing)

  1. Got the longing nailed – really liked it. Although I note you tagged it ‘bad’ ?!

  2. Uh – do not sell yourself short – this is a lovely piece:)

  3. Well done, Green – not feeble at all.

  4. To be together and yet apart…the longing. Good job!

  5. Ahh, this is a bitter sweet read, great job 🙂

  6. Not so feeble – it expresses your feelings – I like it

  7. Nice. You can feel the longing in your words.

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