Taciturn

We carry weighted words not spoken, choked before a verbal explosion. When we remember ourselves, we remind the sentences not verbalized—a reversal inwards, which creates our sense of self, for better or worst. If our vocabulary’s lacking, we might never articulate and sort our own verboseness. Then the taciturn turns on us.

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