Thursday, April 19, 2012

Try To Remember

Exclusion supersedes inclusion.  Missing moments remain
fact, camera captures cropped to support the rule
of thirds.  He said, she said a third,
the rest was Photoshopped — emotions somersaulting
from the chandeliers when touching — earthquake smiles,
a vulnerable shoulder, the tight shot open
to interpretation.  When smoke and mirrors don’t suffice,
sheets prevail, ruffle and settle on time.  In the acid tongue
days which rain on us, what matters — comprehension
or the best frame positioned just so on the perfect wall?

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