All That Was Left

All that was left is the silence of the unspoken and the unheard.   No longer any word. 

Thoughts remain hidden, regrets or expectations now unbidden. 

Not ready nor willing to ask for more. The quiet question is always what for. 

There may something else to say. But that may or may not be for another day.  

The another day is now here. Have no fear. 

Go and do what can be done. Then remember to find some fun. 

NNNNN

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