Re: inside cracks of your wall, or inside the cracks of beautiful walls?
It's a rather odd sentence so I'm not sure how to decide which is better/correct. Is there generally a secret hiding in the physical cracks of beautiful walls? What is a beautiful wall anyway?
Originally Posted by Maria311
If we change the terminology, it's easier to see:
The cement that sits between the bricks in prison walls.
However, I would say that if you use "... of beautiful walls", then using the article sounds better. If you use "... in beautiful walls", it sounds better without.
The secret that hides in the cracks of beautiful walls.
The secret that hides in cracks in beautiful walls.
And no, I can't really explain why right now!
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.