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Photo Prompt: The Consequences Were Unavoidable

Photo Title: The Consequences Were Unavoidable
© Susan kae Grant
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The photographer lives in Dallas, Texas, and specializes in
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Photo used with permission from Susan kae Grant.

8 comments:

CLAY said...

This is an interesting post. Think before you act--but never brood over your actions.

Stephen Dell'Aria said...

Is it discipline or is it the unloading of personal frustration.

Theresa Rankin said...

I have stumbled across this fascinating blog by accident or fate depending on one's inclination. I was in such a rush to devour many of the images and comments I almost forgot to comment. That is how well it spurred me off on an inspired, creative daydreaming jag!! This is really wonderful and I will put your link on my page....everyone needs to see this page. Oh..and please excuse the gushing!

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

I stand corrected: Thank you to "all" of you:)

Every Photo Tells A Story said...

And, Theresa, I loved the gushing!

Sarah-Paige said...

Fly away hair and broken
roman noses are displayed
to perfection in shadows
that slide along dimpled walls,
disguising the imperfections
of mind and soul.
A monochromatic scheme
induces judgment without
the sustenance of life's color,
leaving but a bland rhapsody
that quickly dissipates
from ones near sited vision.
Bone structures are familiar
yet alien,
like inconsistent whispers
overheard between the creaks
of bowed floorboards,
truth outdone
by restless termite's scrambling,
a surging static.
These are portraits, one sided,
painted in half-truths
by candid lights, positioned
before we are known.

poetryaboutart said...

(poem by Therese L. Broderick of Albany, NY, USA)



"SILHOUETTE"
~~"cave of bats"

In the caves of childhood--
black & silent bats
scizzor, scizzor, scizzor.

Meandering Michael said...

I committed a terrible sin
a terrible
horrible
awful
sin

I committed a terrible sin
And this I know
deep
down
within

I committed a terrible sin
and that explains
my sit-u-
a-tion

I committed a terrible sin
And now
you want
to join
in

I committed a terrible sin
An eye-for-an-eye
is not
retri-bu-
tion

 

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