If we were all telling the truth, there would be much unhappiness in the world, and especially at a time like this. There are things that are better left unsaid. —Amanda Grange
Needless to say, it goes without saying that some things are better left unsaid. I think that speaks for itself. The less talked about it, the better. —Georg Karlin
In the world of diplomacy, some things are better left unsaid. —Lincoln Chafee
Some things are best left unsaid, darling."
"Even if we're alone?"
"*Especially* when we're alone. —George R. R. Martin
I won't talk to her about non-debatable things like the sound of silence or the vertical dimensions of an awkward moment. Things like that are best left unsaid, like the last time I told her I love her. —Jarod Kinz
But sometimes it's better just to hear things. Some questions are better left unasked. Some words are better left unsaid. Because saying them doesn't make you any less important. —A. Lynn
There are people who should stay calm because they understand. Just like there are those who should be silent because they don't understand. Some things are better left unsaid or said. —Antonius Liccione
How did we become so biased by our idiosyncrasies? ... We shared the same languages, but spoke from worlds so subtly different that language was not enough. As time went by, great things remained unsaid; They gave way to the little things, those once endearing imperfections that had become deal breakers somewhere. —Miguel Syjuco
Words are potentially dangerous weapons, revealing things that are best left unsaid. —Susan Kain
I'm not one of those people who go into details about their personal lives on national television for the sake of attention. There are things that are better left unsaid. —Mariah Carey
I did not ask. There are things that are better left unsaid.
He looked at me and I trembled. I can never get enough of him.
I want. Him. Always.
fire on my ice Ice to my fever.
Later we would go to bed, and when he rose above me, dark and wide and eternal, I would experience joy. —Karen Marie Moning
When I was little I saved my baths for later. I would go back to them before bed and sit in the old cold bath water and run cool water out of the shower and pretend I was hiding in Vietnam and it was raining. i was young when i did this and not sure why i thought about vietnam or what i knew about it. I did that too when I was older. I'm thinking about doing it again tonight.
You are running out of time to get everything you want exactly the way you want it. (This is a joke.) Most things will remain unsaid. (I'm not kidding.) A few weeks ago, my mom emailed me with pictures of eagles and said, "How about these eagles?" Once a month she visits my cousin in prison. that seems like a lot for an aunt. He's in jail for shooting his girlfriend in the face, but they're still together. She once told me that in her heart she knew he was guilty, but now she claims she never said so. —Heiko Julien
There are things that are better left unsaid. —JomonMehr tiles
I'm talking about those who, for whatever reason, are as much a part of you as your own soul. Her place in your heart is delicate; a bruise of longing, a pulse of unfinished business.
Just hearing their names pulls and pulls at you in a hundred ways, and when you try to define those hundred ways, even to describe them to yourself, words are useless. If you had a lifetime to talk to, there would still be somethings left unsaid. —Sarah Zarr
Poetry teaches us things that cannot be learned from prose, such as certain types of irony or the meaning of the unsaid. The most important element of any poem is the part that is left unsaid. Poetry, then, frames the experience that lies beyond labeling. —Sam Hamill
You know what I won't do. I won't tell you every step I'll take. This is not a reality TV show. Some things are best left unsaid. I will manage the club as I see fit. You just have to play. —clint hurdle
There are things I hold back from trying to talk about, you know. Especially my own work. Also, there may be things that are better left unsaid. Sometimes I would much rather talk about the work of other (people). —Garry Winogrand
There is a universe in your head, constellations of the things you have left unsaid. —Lauren Aquiline
We've never been lovers, and we never will be now. But I don't regret that. I regret the conversations we never had, the time we didn't spend together. I regret that I never told him that he made me happy when I was in his company. The world was all the better because he was in it. Only these things I regret now:things left unsaid. And he's gone and I'm old. —Neil Gaimann
In the end, neither anger nor bravado could distract him from the thought that he was fatherless. He and his father had made love in their joking, cautious way, but now that his father was dead, all Joe felt was regret. Not only were the usual regrets overthings left unsaid, thanks unspoken and apologies withheld. Joe hasn't yet regretted missing future opportunities to share common favorite topics like film directors (they adored Buster Keaton) or dog breeds. —Michael Kohl
I have learned so much during my time with cancer. It taught me a lot about who I am. It revealed my true goals and priorities to me. It introduced me to a brand new world where no time is wasted and important things are not left unsaid. The superfluities of life are ignored and forgotten. Because I now understand how a human being should act, whether faced with death or not. And it's a shame that it takes scaring someone to become a wholesome, meritorious person. —Kevin Lanke
Some things must be left unsaid. —Simone Elkeles
But we always avoided talking about these things - difficult things - and I wondered if that meant we would feel a little uncomfortable or disappointed in each other for the rest of our lives. —Katharina Lacey
Much misfortune has come from therethings left unsaid—Leo Tolstoy
Like life is short," he said. "Like you don't know when it's going to end. How some things left unsaid can never be said. —Jim Metzger
Again the fillet bows to the lily.
Again the rose tears down her dress...
The bud is shy, but the wind removes it
her veil suddenly, 'My friend!' ...
And the bay to the willow, 'You're the one I hope for...'
The wood pigeon comes and asks: "Where,
Where's the friend?"...
Again the season of spring has come
And a spring rises beneath all,
A moon slipping out of the shadows.
Lots of things have to go unsaid because it's late, but whatever we haven't talked about tonight, we'll do tomorrow. —Rumi
There it is; the light over the water. Your story. Mine. Be. You have to see it to believe it. And it needs to be heard. In the endless tangle of narratives, despite the daily noise, the story is waiting to be heard.
Some people say the best stories have no words. They weren't brought up for light housekeeping. It's true that words fall away and the important things often go unsaid. The important things are learned in faces, in gestures, not in our closed tongues. The real things are too big or too small or always the wrong size to fit in the template called language. —Jeanette Winterson
Much misfortune has come into the world because of confusion andthings left unsaid. —Fyodor Dostoyevsky
This is a story about survival.
Learning to let go and let in.
come together and move on.
The truth about life.
Thethings left unsaid... —Nadege Richards
I swore I'd never say I miss you more every day, but some things are better left unsaid...Ariana Grande
This, she thought, was what made love and despair: to say things better left unsaid, to give oneself away in a million small gestures, in a thousand small changes of expression. —Kathy Williams
Don't ruin the moment by saying something stupid. There's elegance in therethings left unsaid. —Kurtis J. Wiebe
All of our media is dedicated to things that are better left unsaid. —Ralf Kaplan
Her eyes narrowed. "You're not going to kill me, skin me and wear my head for a hat?"
Yes. He was entertained. And no. It wasn't normal. Instead of answering her question, he asked his own. "Do you want me?"
"So why do you ask?"
"Because according to my father, many teachers, and quite a few anger management counselors, I seem to lack that little inner device that keeps things from being said that are best left unsaid. —Shelly Laurenston
There were so many things we left unsaid. Depending on how you look at it, whether you think it was worth saying it out loud or better stay inside. —Dear Harraz
Thethings left unsaidPeople we care about and the void left by those unspoken words often have more impact than what is said. —Tyler Ritter
I recognize the power of silence in an extroverted world, but there is a time to be silent and a time to speak up about important things that remain unsaid. —Matthew Donnelly