A Lesson

No. 18/100 100-word short stories for my 100 follower celebration!

“How to describe a symphony?” Dr Laurier asked, slowly pacing across the front of the lecture hall. “How to put sounds into words? Is it even possible to truly explain one kind of creative thought with another?” He gazed across the sea of his bleary-eyed students with a smirk. Most people didn’t want to use their brains at 8:00 in the morning, but he wasn’t about to give them any other choice.

“Isn’t it fascinating that much of our language has been created just so we can describe things? How did those words gain meaning of their own?”


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