Vol. 1 Ch. 2 P. 25

Writing and photography: Together, they make nudity an art.
The photographer strips away layers of his subjects to bare their beauty.
The writer strips away her own layers to bare her soul.

Footnote: Please read this.


18 thoughts on “Vol. 1 Ch. 2 P. 25

  1. Thank you for joining Poets United. I have added your blog to our blogroll so others can discover you and your wonderful poetry. Poets United is what you make of it so explore, comment often and it will lead to folks doing so in return. We look forward to visiting your blog and reading your poetry.

    Ink runs from the corners of my mouth
    There is no happiness like mine.
    I have been eating poetry.
    ~Mark Strand

  2. This is fascinating! I love the words accompanying the picture, brilliant!

    And now I know how to see the words too, that’s great.

    Well done on your first month, it has been very successful and here’s to many, many more!


  3. This photo is so intriguing; I had to visit straight away to read the words (only the pic shows up in the email). And the words are both unexpected and brilliant. I particularly like ‘make nudity an art’ in this context, with the explanatory following sentences. I love the composition of the pic and the expression and posture of the boy.

    • Thank you, BH! 🙂 We really appreciate your feedback. 🙂 This set is special to us because it’s our blog’s first month.

      Btw, the text does show up with the photo in subscriber emails, but you don’t see it because our font is white. You can highlight the area beneath the photo in your inbox to see the text. My personal email address is subscribed to this blog, and I was baffled why the text wasn’t showing up. I discovered it by accident.

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