Someone once said that silence is the most powerful scream. The trick is knowing when someone really is just silent.
A scream has many faces, many ways of interpretation. A scream has the habit of disguising itself as a greeting face. Big parenthesis from ear to ear may as well be deep marionette lines, but are invisible to the gullible eye. Do you ever notice when someone’s screaming inside? Or why?
If you were more caring, more intuitive, you would. Sometimes I wish someone would notice. But they never do.