A Story Without Words

There are different forms of stories – fairy tales, folklore, biographies, for example. But the stories that cannot be expressed through words – the ones that are made tangible – are the ones that can be spoken differently, and interpreted by the eyes of the beholder. A painting of white tulips, perhaps, might spark ideas of purity and innocence in a viewer’s eye; but in another’s, mediocrity, ordinariness.


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