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by Kings
Rated: E · Short Story · Writing · #1689802
The storyteller needs to draw a picture with their words to describe the story.

Picture Story

Entertaining are the stories you tell from your heart.
The reader stays attentive as they read each line.
They're fiction, nonfiction, some you've been a part.
Writing lines in a paragraph that will explain all fine.

Subjects in your stories captures reader's interest.
Then the reader can understand from each word.
With your words you draw a picture of your best.
The picture they've seen and the words they heard.

Each line adds to the whole story if only in a part.
So then draw a picture to explain the story you write.
Paragraphs are portions of pictures from your heart.
Then the reader can see what you've written alright.

The wise say a picture is worth a thousand words.
The mind can remember mostly what it has seen.
The reader can see a picture and not what's heard.
Words will help to explain and define what it means.

BY: Kings
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