Sunday, June 15, 2014

Through the Glass...


Faceless
 can  you  see  me
concealed  identity 
 no  reproductions ,  uniqueness 
lonely
 
Not To Be Reproduced, 1937, Rene Magritte
smiling
 wearing  my  suit 
 past  the mirrored  image 
 revealing   myself   just   for  you
we  touch  

posted for the Mag 224
sharing with Poets United

42 comments:

  1. Very powerful beginning! You pull in the reader right away and really capture the image.

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    1. Number one tonight..Thanks for visiting :-)

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  2. Faceless but cannot see, until one does and a face shows bringing glee, a reveal just for two, a lot can ensue.

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    1. A day when face to face
      two hearts may embrace..

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  3. i like the second much more...there is a warmth there...
    the first one i def feel the loneliness...

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    1. Hi Brian,

      Yes, he is lonely until he steps through the glass..then there is warmth waiting..

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  4. Well done. After Alex and Brian I have nothing to add. They said it all.

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    1. Thanks for visiting Gail..always nice to see you here..

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  5. Two sided mirror.
    Nice one.

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  6. Both of these are powerful, Truedessa. Each in their own way, they express a bit about what communications on the internet might be for some. (That really IS an eerie photo.)

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    1. Hi Mary,

      I agree the picture is a bit disturbing which provided an interesting prompt.

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  7. I really love the contrast between the two Truedessa. Marvelously done :)

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    1. Thank you so kind of you to say..and thanks for wishing me a Happy Full Moon Day...

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  8. Revealing myself just for you ... great line in a lovely poem.

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    1. Thank you Helen..that was my favorite line as well..

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  9. The touch, more than the back the face the clothes the look-- is too rare. and thus exquisitely beautiful.

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    1. Susan, enjoyed reading your comment..

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  10. I see the second one.. like looking deep into the mirror to find someone beyond the borders of the present

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    1. Bjorn, you are perceptive...

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  11. Cerebral writing. Nice:))

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    1. Hi Sherry,

      Thanks for dropping over..

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  13. He remains anonymous - but loved both ~ Eddie

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    1. Well, he is revealing himself to someone on the other side????

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  14. I love both, each unique ~ Funny but I wrote to this picture in the past Mag challenge ~ Have a good week ~

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    1. Hi Grace,

      Thanks for reading..I read this was a prompt a while back but, the first time I've seen it.

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  15. Captured the pathos you have , dear lady !

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  16. A lot of discoveries and perhaps conniving. A faceless image can be looked in as suspicious. But to reveal and to touch may mean lots of emotions for each other. Nicely Truedessa!

    Hank

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  17. Spiritual connection can be like this...

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    1. Hi Humbird, that they can..

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  18. Curious and unique...I like...a lot...

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    1. Thanks Tess for your words and the prompts..

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  19. ah...that is a very creative and romantic response. I like this piece.

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    1. Thank you, I am glad you liked this piece :-)

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