Quote by Emily Dickinson
Saying nothing... sometimes says the most.
This quote suggests that silence can often convey more than words can. In certain situations, staying quiet can be powerful and meaningful. It implies that silence holds the potential to communicate more effectively than expressing oneself verbally. It highlights the significance of withholding speech and allowing the absence of words to speak volumes, emphasizing the impact of silence in conveying thoughts, feelings, and meaning.
I grew up in a bookless house - my parents didn't read poetry, so if I hadn't had the chance to experience it at school I'd never have experienced it. But I loved English, and I was very lucky in that I had inspirational English teachers, Miss Scriven and Mr. Walker, and they liked us to learn poems by heart, which I found I loved doing.