Proverb

Proverb” by Mark di Suvero, Arts District, Dallas, Texas

It’s behind the Meyerson, visible from Klyde Warren Park. If you’re curious, it’s here.

“A bird in the hand was worth two in the bush, he told her, to which she retorted that a proverb was the last refuge of the mentally destitute.”
― W. Somerset Maugham, The Painted Veil

Proverb, by Mark di Suvero, and Southwest Airlines Jet, on approach to Love Field

Proverb, by Mark di Suvero, and Southwest Airlines Jet, on approach to Love Field

“People who count their chickens before they are hatched act very wisely because chickens run about so absurdly that it’s impossible to count them accurately.”
― Oscar Wilde

Proverb, by Mark di Suvero

Proverb, by Mark di Suvero

“Three things are too wonderful for me;
 four I do not understand:
the way of an eagle in the sky,

the way of a serpent on a rock,

the way of a ship on the high seas,

and the way of a man with a maiden.”
― Anonymous, Holy Bible: King James Version

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