33 thoughts on “Without Readers, Written Words Are Sad

  1. Dear Written Words,

    Thank you for providing me with something to read, a way to learn, and a way to travel through the world or the imagination without having to leave home.



  2. Written word …. I think the chance is very small that … you will become obsolete. I didn’t know what obsolete meant … had to ask google, but now I know you will be there to the end of time, in better and in worst.


  3. Colleen, this reminds me of that saying ‘if a tree falls in a forest and no-one is there to hear it, does it make sound’ – or ‘did it happen’ – oh! I can’t remember the saying! But do you know what I mean?

    Aye, lonely written words. I stashed so many away over the years, and felt utterly futile for it. To share is to live, I reckon.


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