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The Unspoken consist of 8 chapters and 49 poems to explore and entice your soul. The new update to previous edition "Ballad of the mind". new look, new format and new title; Some poems where removed or renamed. What's inside are words never said, words never heard (at least from me, maybe, probably), words not expressed in speech, The Unspoken. if you can't say it, I will The Unspoken consist of 8 chapters and 49 poems to explore and entice your soul. The new update to previous edition "Ballad of the mind". new look, new format and new title; Some poems where removed or renamed. What's inside are words never said, words never heard (at least from me, maybe, probably), words not expressed in speech, The Unspoken. if you can't say it, I will write it.


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The Unspoken consist of 8 chapters and 49 poems to explore and entice your soul. The new update to previous edition "Ballad of the mind". new look, new format and new title; Some poems where removed or renamed. What's inside are words never said, words never heard (at least from me, maybe, probably), words not expressed in speech, The Unspoken. if you can't say it, I will The Unspoken consist of 8 chapters and 49 poems to explore and entice your soul. The new update to previous edition "Ballad of the mind". new look, new format and new title; Some poems where removed or renamed. What's inside are words never said, words never heard (at least from me, maybe, probably), words not expressed in speech, The Unspoken. if you can't say it, I will write it.

14 review for The Unspoken: An Anthology from the Ballad of the Mind

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anna Mocikat

    I rarely read poetry because I usually prefer prose. But I’m so glad I gave this book a chance! I was sucked into Malcolm Whitby’s mind and soul from the first page, as he offers deep insides into both in this very personal piece of art. The language is beautiful, and every single piece is full of wisdom, deep thoughts, and concerns about our world and humanity itself – without ever lifting the lecturing finger, which I appreciate very much! Although it’s a short book, it’s worth it to take yoursel I rarely read poetry because I usually prefer prose. But I’m so glad I gave this book a chance! I was sucked into Malcolm Whitby’s mind and soul from the first page, as he offers deep insides into both in this very personal piece of art. The language is beautiful, and every single piece is full of wisdom, deep thoughts, and concerns about our world and humanity itself – without ever lifting the lecturing finger, which I appreciate very much! Although it’s a short book, it’s worth it to take yourself time and close it for a couple of minutes after each poem to give your mind time to reflect on it and your heart to experience the feelings the author shares with you. I highly recommend this book to lovers of contemporary poetry and everyone who appreciates words of wisdom and intelligence. I hope to see much more from this talented young author in the future!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Stacy Hawks

    If you're a poetry lover and you like something unique, then be prepared. The Unspoken: An Anthology from the Ballad of the Mind is deep, transformative, and emotionally powerful. This author/poet does something very unique with his words transforming quotes into anthologies and beautiful verses that weave their way straight to the reader's heart. Definitely a book I found hard to put down. Looking forward to future books by Malcolm Whitby. If you're a poetry lover and you like something unique, then be prepared. The Unspoken: An Anthology from the Ballad of the Mind is deep, transformative, and emotionally powerful. This author/poet does something very unique with his words transforming quotes into anthologies and beautiful verses that weave their way straight to the reader's heart. Definitely a book I found hard to put down. Looking forward to future books by Malcolm Whitby.

  3. 5 out of 5

    A.C. Merkel

    Would love to hear some of this read aloud! Poetry is such a window to the heart. Recommended! Can’t wait for more

  4. 4 out of 5

    Anya Pavelle

    This anthology contains poems about love, loss, writing, and society, among other themes. One poem that really stood out to me was "Pandora's Selfie." Some lines include, "This is the world we live in; The brighter days are sinking, people see you dying while standing there blinking without even thinking, phones out, story posting." These words accurately reflect how detached so many people are from others' suffering and how every moment is exploited for its "likes" potential. I could picture th This anthology contains poems about love, loss, writing, and society, among other themes. One poem that really stood out to me was "Pandora's Selfie." Some lines include, "This is the world we live in; The brighter days are sinking, people see you dying while standing there blinking without even thinking, phones out, story posting." These words accurately reflect how detached so many people are from others' suffering and how every moment is exploited for its "likes" potential. I could picture these poems being performed as spoken word as they had a compelling rhythm to them. The author has a clear talent for poetry, and I look forward to reading more.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Marswell

    The Unspoken is a book I could read several times and still glean insight from Whitby’s words. I love the outpouring of thoughts and feelings with the authors willingness to reveal his soul through the unspoken. At times I had to stop and reflect on Whitby’s questions. The fact I paused to ponder my own beliefs made this book much more than a collection of poems. If you enjoy poetry that challenges you to go beyond reading and experience a wonderful lyrical, personal journey then this book is for The Unspoken is a book I could read several times and still glean insight from Whitby’s words. I love the outpouring of thoughts and feelings with the authors willingness to reveal his soul through the unspoken. At times I had to stop and reflect on Whitby’s questions. The fact I paused to ponder my own beliefs made this book much more than a collection of poems. If you enjoy poetry that challenges you to go beyond reading and experience a wonderful lyrical, personal journey then this book is for you. I’ll definitely keep this book close to reread and unearth the rich treasures found within Whitby’s words.

  6. 5 out of 5

    S.P. O'Farrell

    Poetry, when done well, is the window to the soul and Whitby leaves nothing on the table with this honest and moving collection of works. What struck me was the precision of the word choices and the apparent ease in which he conjures emotion and conveys authenticity. This is a rare find and something to celebrate. Much like an accomplished songwriter, Whitby demonstrates a keen acknowledgment of pacing and composition that are bound within beautiful and stirring harmonies. Each work is full and Poetry, when done well, is the window to the soul and Whitby leaves nothing on the table with this honest and moving collection of works. What struck me was the precision of the word choices and the apparent ease in which he conjures emotion and conveys authenticity. This is a rare find and something to celebrate. Much like an accomplished songwriter, Whitby demonstrates a keen acknowledgment of pacing and composition that are bound within beautiful and stirring harmonies. Each work is full and sometimes haunting, with multiple reads being a must. Well done.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tanweer Dar

    A pretty impressive books which reads very much as stream of consciousness, but with a distinctly lyrical flavour. It's almost like reading the longest and most incredible rap you've ever come across! Exporing a wide range of thoughts and feelings, 'The Unspoken' delves deep into essential themes such as love, memory and motivation. If you like poetry and if you like contemporary lyrics and artists, I think you'll really like this book. It's very different and very original. Definitely worth a loo A pretty impressive books which reads very much as stream of consciousness, but with a distinctly lyrical flavour. It's almost like reading the longest and most incredible rap you've ever come across! Exporing a wide range of thoughts and feelings, 'The Unspoken' delves deep into essential themes such as love, memory and motivation. If you like poetry and if you like contemporary lyrics and artists, I think you'll really like this book. It's very different and very original. Definitely worth a look.

  8. 4 out of 5

    DaveneLG

    A few poems, which stood out: "Distant" resonated deeply with me, I found "The Forest" is a profound look at the Self, and "Into to My Mind" I felt showed the struggle and beauty in being different. Overall, such a wonderful anthology that reads as an honest conversation inside of a mind that seeks to understand its place in the world. A few poems, which stood out: "Distant" resonated deeply with me, I found "The Forest" is a profound look at the Self, and "Into to My Mind" I felt showed the struggle and beauty in being different. Overall, such a wonderful anthology that reads as an honest conversation inside of a mind that seeks to understand its place in the world.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Vera West

  10. 4 out of 5

    J.E. Rowney

  11. 5 out of 5

    Malcolm Whitby

  12. 5 out of 5

    J.S. Milik

  13. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Grabs

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kara Adams

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