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Voice of Silence Poems


That silence can have a voice is an ideal example of the various ways by which poetry defamiliarises ordinary language to create a sense of instructive delight. In Christopher Kirunda’s verse we are cleverly enticed to read on by the very curious title of the book, by the oxymoron comprised by the amalgam of apparent opposites, sound and silence. And between the two covers, we are treated to an auditory feast that stretches from the poet’s bubbling juvenilia of the mid 1970s to the reflective “maturalia” of his later years.
By:Christopher W. N. Kirunda
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