"I am hearing poetry when awake,
dreaming poetry when asleep,
breathing poetry with each breath,
I am living in a poem."
Crafted with a fine sable brush ...
Poets write about it, artists paint it. We don't know much of it, precisely Susie! Women's face is adorable. We men don't have enough of it. Beautiful write! Hank
Love this tribute to the female form in art - both still art and even in reality! But the eyes...aah...Mona Lisa knows!
Ah, this is intriguing on a number of levels. Well done Susie!
Oh, what a lovely presentation! I enjoyed the video and the poem so much. Glad you shared this.
and damn I love the eyes...gimme dat mystery!!! Great thought, fabby writing.
Such a beautiful thought, and a love little poem!
we still keep asking, 'what women want?' and there's still no answer :(
Thoroughly captivated by the video enhanced by your beautifully well chosen words!!!
You have hit on the never to be deciphered secret.
great piece - solid ode to the beauty of women
I had seen this beautiful film before, but this spare two-sentence poem, laid out like the slides, added depth to it.
very true, that always remains
I love it. "The only constant is the mystery." Keep 'em guessing!
Yes indeed. Nicely penned, Susie. You've told a long tale with few words. I like it like that!http://www.kimnelsonwrites.com/2012/06/07/art-in-some-stanzas/
Your poem is the perfect accompaniment to this fascinating video, Susie.I have a brother in the animation industry and I'm going to send him a link to this post.K
Lovey capture of the woman's face...may it remain a mystery :-0
interesting. i dig the short form :)
How philosophical,Susie! Woman's face rather than woman's anatomy is the gentle,sensuous and the most mysterious part of all. A clever twist to female beauty, Ma'am!Hank
It is interesting really that standards of beauty for women have changed through the centuries. But, yes, the mystery is a constant!
Excellent--yes as to the mystery that remains unchanged!
so true. i'm always so amazed at those morphing videos. how they show the difference that melt away and the constants around which all the rest revolves. thanks for this!
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