Concrete Poetry is one in which the shape of the words represent the subject. Cn you make a poem where it’s shape and words depict silence?

Wings of silence, a 1633 concrete poem by George Herbert. Public domain image from Wikimedia Commons

Wings of silence, a 1633 concrete poem by George Herbert. Public domain image from Wikimedia Commons

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