For the Paint The World With Words “Be Inspired Challenge” this week, we are playing with Epigrams. An Epigram is defined as, “a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and amusing way.”
My epigram came from wondering what the hell I was going to write for an epigram:In the recess of thought, great words sit; awaiting the writer to unleash their wit. They lay in silence and pique’d fit; for most, including me, aren’t up to it.
I also decided to try my hand at some other epigrams:
Faith is a five-year-old’s belief in parents perfection. Wisdom is the realization they are not.
I love movies. They divorce people from reality, who in turn divorce each other because their reality is not a movie.
Writers strive to reveal society’s troubles. Society obliges by giving them so much to write about.
Zeal is great…until it crosses to zealotry. Then, not so much.
Hope you enjoy.
Happy Reading and Writing!