“Here’s To Silence” — Poetic Tesla Short Film

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Originally published on EV Obsession.

Poetry is a form of communication that translates something of the spirit with few words, minus the rambling pontification of babble. “Here’s To Silence.”

Shed a skin and experience quiet poetry. Check out this poetic short film, a work of art, as it muses briefly on Tesla’s silence:

Tesla – Silence from Minh Duong on Vimeo.

Appreciation to Tesla, nikwest on the Tesla Motors Club forum, and the HFF Munich students who exquisitely filmed this poetry in the motion of modern time.

I miss the things we didn’t need to say.
The listening to Nothing.
Just the Sound of our minds.
There was a Calmness in our souls.
Like the Quiet Before the Storm.
Here’s to Silence.

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