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Test not the silence.

Fear me,

For I have done no one wrong.

Fear me,

For I know what you did wrong.

Fear me,

For I no longer am friends with silence.

– Akshaya Hemadri

POETRY

taunt

To purposely make someone angry or upset by saying unkind things to them. Possibly from French “tant pour tant”=tit for tat.

Etymology

THE ARMY

I sat in my shadows, legs crossed,
There was a knock,
And the Other had with something good to sell,
Large smiles and affordable prices, 244 more words

Poems

The ugly duck

The ugly duckling waited patiently for its day. It had heard the stories of the original ugly duckling which turned out to be a swan. So it tolerated every mock and every taunt that came its way. 58 more words

Life

Second

The permission slip

Mine

That I didn’t need, first of all

You gave, then took away

Taunted me with it

Made me give chase

I, unsuccessful then… 16 more words

Surprise

The enemy mocks
and taunts
deceives
and lies

but I am
Your God
who loves to
surprise!

My answers are established in Jesus.

” ‘Who among all the gods of these lands have delivered their countries from my hand, that the LORD should deliver Jerusalem from my hand?’ ” But they held their peace and answered him not a word; for the king’s commandment was, ‘Do not answer him.’ ” Isaiah 36:20,21 NKJV

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