Posted: December 7, 2014 in Writing
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A picture is worth a thousand words.

More often than not, I’ll take the words.

  1. @earfirst says:

    I mainly concur, with the caveat from the Fox: “Words are the source of misunderstanding.” (Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince)
    Words … Words … (Hamlet)

  2. henrygame says:

    Words are fallible and eternally frustrating devices of failure!
    But I love them too

  3. Lucky Wreck says:

    I love how words allow you to create your own picture in your mind 🙂

  4. moodyrobin93 says:

    Because writers make pictures with their words.

  5. Elle says:

    I’ll always take the words!

  6. Adhithi says:

    All the time!

  7. N. Turner says:

    ‘Mona Lisa’ is only two words, for instance. And ‘odalisque’ translates hundreds of works into a singular subspecies of Orientalist art. A word has the power to condense a thousand images into a repeated experience of the mind.

  8. azure says:

    i ll take words any day….of them, i can a;ways make a picture that i can see or a a song that i can hear

  9. Reblogged this on bears goats and strawberries and commented:
    What; no photoshopping the easter bunny in to confuse the kids….their conversations regarding that….priceless!

  10. I would keep the words and paint a thousand different pictures, each one as beautiful as the other.

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