Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. Act I. (p.32)
Laws of silence don't work. . . .
When something is festering in your memory or your imagination, laws of silence don't work, it's just like shutting a door and locking it on a house on fire in hope of forgetting that the house is burning. But not facing a fire doesn't put it out. Silence about a thing just magnifies it. It grows and festers in silence, becomes malignant . . . .
If you don't see me this semester, (or if I do a terrible job at regular updates) this is why:
My insane schedule
My mom's new kitten, Jinx. Enjoy: