Lost in Translation
Even language is a concept
Anything worth communicating was felt before was ever spoken
So what, then, is the nature of the tongue?
Is laughter not louder than the joke?
Is an embrace not sweeter than nothings whispered into ear?
Are tears not heavier than the news that preceded them?
What is to be said of a tongue called native?
That it is familiar?
When has what you’re used to ever been enough?
Is there such a measure?
The likes of which the simplicity therein is often underestimated
Consequently, leaving its achievement underappreciated
Even language is a barrier
Tongues twisted into shovels
Burying connectivity under words
Perforating, partially, the purpose of being person
Has the essence of relationship not been achieved in silence?
Is it not deafening enough to force one to listen earnestly?
Unlike listening, speaking is taught
Language is learned
As is any bias
It is in the midst of this learning, that the true source of communication is cast aside
The heart speaking its final word on the babe’s last coo
The mind then manifests difference
And so we become it
Dayton native, Tripp Fontane, has been slowly but surely creating a name for himself throughout the country. In recent years, Tripp represented Ohio across the country and represented the country across borders. Coming from humble beginnings, Tripp uses his life experience to paint a very unique picture of his atmosphere and his upbringing. Making tactful use of transparency and vulnerability, no topic is off limits. His gritty content and smooth delivery have both made him a fan favorite.
From community work to event coordinating, Tripp Fontane relentlessly uses his gifts to benefit the minds and everyday lives of the people. You're always in for a one of a kind experience!
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