Un’told’ stories..

Searching for ways to speak without words. Sounds jarr, the meanings half meant, half-intended, half-articulated, rarely well communicated. The meaning-making mechanism of the brain churning stories by the second based on the meanings interpreted from such sounds. There is so much being said without words, in between and around words, through the body, eyes, expressions, in silence. A world ungotten from ‘hearing’ the sounds VS listening to what is being said – worded and unworded.

Published in: on July 31, 2011 at 7:53 pm  Leave a Comment  

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