Pinocchio is high up. Very high up.
So high that he has unseen lackeys propping him up from below and hanging onto him from above so that his nose can keep on growing without toppling him.
The Nose, 1947, bronze, iron and twine.
Alberto Giacometti, 1901-1966. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2 thoughts on “Lies”
Let’s rename him Trump
From your mouth to Falwell’s ears and should we make sure that we gift them both with this new name?
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