Am serious, looking for true and beautiful use of words.
Thank you, paradignmsearch.
A worthy quest, Don McLean's 'Vincent' is as true and beautiful as it gets.
I don't know if we can. Especially accompanied with 100% appropriate and beautiful imagery. I'll try.
What is really joyful, is seeing these paintings back-lit with actual light. The impressionists and post impressionists would be so totally JAZZED to see how the computer screen enhances their efforts to reveal nature's visual effects of light and color.
Of course, this thread is: "For writers."
... does this pass for equal?
The flowers are chirping and the birds are blooming. The armadillos are wandering. The cats wait in the shadows.
The owl fell out of the tree as the cat walked by; the ensuing result was not pretty. The tombstones glimmered in the cemetery; the phosphorus leached from the ground was finally making itself known. No moon this night; the stars were bright.
The distant train whistle foretold of things to come. The tracks began to vibrate as the train drew closer. The tombstones dimmed one-by-one as the train rounded the last bend, its light coming into view. The cat continued munching his newfound, midnight snack.
The train drew to a stop. The conductor emerged.
“Is this the way to Silverado?” asked the conductor.
“Twenty more miles,” said the cat.
“Thanks,” said the conductor. He returned to his train.
The train departed. The cat burped. All was as it should be.
No words, but a nice song...
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