I wondered what words I could use to solicit a response from you – then, that’s when it hits me. You do not respond to words, you respond to the colors of the sea, of the sky, of the sand. You respond to black and white photos and smiles that don’t exactly look happy. You respond to songs that makes sense of a moment – of a time that meant something more than the ticking of a clock. You respond to the reverie during the ungodly hours of the night, the messages that try to hide themselves in the shadows. You respond to the questions that do not ask what you do but how you do things and you respond to the why’s without being asked because you think it’s important to say it – the why. And because I did not know these things well when I needed too, I kept on waiting for this most solicited response only to be answered by unsolicited silences.