The Loudest Unspoken

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In this short tale, we experience not just the beginning and the end of an affair, but also the seeming randomness of things. In the midst of grief, we often ask questions that have no clear answers--not knowing that sometimes the answer lies within ourselves.
And that this lesson in letting go, as our narrator belatedly learns, is as important as keeping love between two people alive.
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About M. Protacio-De Guzman

M. Protacio-De Guzman was born in Manila, Philippines in 1973. He is a Registered Nurse but has worked in the non-profit public health sector for more than 15 years. His stories and poems have appeared in newspapers and magazines in his native country. He has also written for television. In addition, he has also been anthologized in the 3rd volume of the Philippines' landmark anthology of gay writing (2007). Aside from stories and poems, he writes stories for children. He also dabbles in art, photography, and design. Though most of his stories have gay characters, he doesn't consider himself a 'gay writer' because he believes his stories can be appreciated and enjoyed by readers, regardless of their sexual identities.


Review by: Meryl Delgado on Oct. 19, 2012 :
In just a few words, the author managed to convey a lot of emotions that people feel or demonstrate when coping with loss. The un-named narrator is a portrait of many real women I know: strong and sensitive and yet can crumble under the weight of grief. Kudos for the author for capturing those traits well. The shortness of this wonderful tale made me want to read more. I look forward to reading more of this author!
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