Thursday, February 17, 2011

A Poem Inspired by the Surreal

Two worlds collide into one
One form shrinking, melting, yet fingers reach for the sun

The other: familiar, clean, and white
The two contrast like day and night

Protected with barred windows from this spiny beast
The feeling of this new world not familiar in the least

Above is the blog post poem from Laura Belding in response to the selected image from the Cassiopeia discussion group. She did a great job in citing the peculiar form of this structure along with it's materiality within her own interpretation of this assignment.

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