Vol. 2 Ch. 3 P. 20

maze, Intramuros, walls, Baluarte de San Diego, Manila

You asked me to stop speaking in metaphors.
I cannot.
Poetry is my native language.


18 thoughts on “Vol. 2 Ch. 3 P. 20

  1. All poets will understand this!

    (I haven’t been able, due to time constraints, to comment on all your posts. But please know that I really enjoy their elegant and enlightened words and pictures!)

  2. And what a metaphor of the ups and downs of great civilizations this photo is! Being largely Celtic in heritage, poetry is my native language, as well!

  3. That image looks like a very large lock mechanism that needs the right key to turn it. But seeing Stephen’s comment above, I now want to know what it is and what subtle metaphorical things are going on here!

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