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An Investigation of Unmarked Boxes In the movie, Unmarked Boxes, writer Jalâl al-Din Mohammad Rumi utilizes metaphors and sound practices to share wisdom with his readers about accepting the inability to modify destiny and about the interconnectedness of the planet. Rumi starts with a sentence constituted of two, brief --however striking- words: "Don't grieve" (1). By saying this, he cautions his readers not to try to alter that which is unchangeable. In addition, he tells his readers to not worry about it, implying that all things happen because of this. Rumi writes, "Whatever you lose comes around/ in another kind" (1-2). He then uses various literary methods, all having to do with nature, to reiterate his point. According to two, Rumi writes regarding "mother's milk" (two). He provides an instance of nature's circle of life impact, proving that the planet is interconnected. Not only is this a reference to something natural, but his use of alliteration leaves both of these words stand out for his viewers. Another example to Rumi's usage of a literary technique to induce certain words to stand out is in the second stanz...