The Psychology Of The Unsaid - Poem by Rani Turton
Thoughts, untranslated, remained unsaid.
Was it because expression or emotion was dead?
Or was it really that all courage had fled?
Education has not the answer
On thoughts that remain unsaid;
Or the psychology of the unsaid world
Could probably change the world.
There were pauses, there were glances
And the words that spoke
Were the smokescreen for
Ordinary, unsuspecting folk.
Now, instinct, reason and lapsus
Are some more terms to discuss;
The unwritten is unwritten
The unspoken is yet hidden.
Copyright: Rani Turton
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