The Whole Picture?

The Whole Picture?

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Genre: Non-Fiction

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Genre: Non-Fiction

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Ok. I know the pictue doesn't have a pitcher. I found it after I wrote this poem so I am happy to present this poem, mainly for the EPIC picture. A Jigsaw Puzzle by Victoria Frances
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Ok. I know the pictue doesn't have a pitcher. I found it after I wrote this poem so I am happy to present this poem, mainly for the EPIC picture. A Jigsaw Puzzle by Victoria Frances

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Submitted: November 17, 2011

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Submitted: November 17, 2011

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I stare at the picture silent

Her words invading my mind defiant

I trace the edge of her bleeding eyes

Noting how she spills no lies

 

Such an open picture

Holding a bloody pitcher

Such an open face

A vision of elegance and grace

She turns her back to the Raven

Hopes to find a safe haven

Her body is cloaked in black

Her eyes are covered, her jaw slightly slack

 

The area around her is covered in ice

It coverers the world like full grown lice

Leaving the back ground dead

The words that are left unsaid

 

But do we see everything

Or do we miss a small something?

Do we notice the Raven’s expression?

Or do we need to make a confession?

 

We can judge art so easily

But we do so for people too, it’s just silly

We judge before we see the contents of the pitcher

We judge before we see the entire picture


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