Paul Callus Unspoken Words

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An idea is viewed as a personal interpretation for creation, and coming up with concepts. Paul Callus’s poem, “Unspoken Words”, demonstrates how an idea is an individual’s sense of belonging, up until it’s shared with others. An idea being shared becomes an open discussion for criticism instead of growth upon the idea. In the poem, Callus demonstrates in line two, “The words I find so hard to say”, of a person’s thoughts. It explains how it is difficult to share and promote ideas to other individuals. Creators of ideas are in fear or in doubt to share creations because of losing ownership and individuality. An example is when you drop a worm into a lake. The surrounding fishes come to feast upon the innocent insect. It is the same concept

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