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There are private moments in our lives where a thousand and one words of expression seem to go unspoken Written between the secret chapters of grief and regret lies the power of healing words With so much to be said and not ever ceasing the opportunity it is within this silence of personal contemplation we inadvertently become face to face with reality For example lets take a journey through Dana Gioias poem entitled UnsaidIn this poem the author speaks of concealing suppressed emotions by being tongue tied after the unfortunate passing of a dear lived one As a defense mechanism one would rather mask their emotions in efforts to cope with a painful circumstance instead of sharing their inner most thoughts aloud For instance in the passage what we conceal is always more than what we dare confide The author expresses the idea that we tend hold back our dismay through unacknowledged love rather than confronting the reality of situation Not quite different from an unspoken word are the letters that we write our dead Falling upon deaf ears our inner thoughts continue to blow in the wind without knowingly being received and appreciatedThese suppressed feelings can be quite detrimental thus eventually leading to a state of perpetual sadness or even towards a violent cycle of misguided anger Living under this gray cloud of gloom one may become so introverted that they tend to lose focus of the importance of verbal communication
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