The picture you see is called the two faced illusion. I saw the image in Dan Brown’s Origin.

It talks more or should i say, leads us to meanings.

In a bid to know more on the subject of perception, I read a thesis by Jonathan Schooler, bridging the objective/subjective divide.

I’m sure you see the image above in a different light. What If I told you there’s another light. Let’s talk about it.

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Abuh Monday Eneojo
Abuh Monday Eneojo is a poet and author of three books. You can check out his books on Amazon.

Comments 14

  1. Michelle

    abstract spirit moves
    muted with loneliness
    in tomorrow’s existence
    conclusion of bereaved defiance
    stiring with perspective
    of clandestine memories
    silently transfixed in
    a postcard from yesterday
    where the wee ones play
    on verdant greens
    of wildflowers dreams.

  2. ShellZanneQuinn

    I twist you
    In the light
    Such darkness tangled
    I observe your lines
    From every angle
    Circle around each perspective I do see
    I have come back to the beginnings of the very universe
    And have concluded
    You are from the same bright star
    That shaped me

  3. @Tetrametracall1

    We cannot see your truth
    in mirrored perspective
    sharing our conclusion
    of what is true and real.

    How do we find ourselves
    pieces of light and dark
    shadows find sight
    bringing us all together.

    You find our real written
    words light your eyes
    such a path we move
    longing for yours.

  4. CurvyRedGurl

    Mirror image
    trapped within
    a perspective so jumbled
    not sure where to begin
    this conclusion of loss
    torments my mind
    a silhouette of who I once was
    stuck on rewind.
    They call if Rubins Vase
    but no flowers do fill
    when I am stuck in black and white
    I am stuck in hell. -Ad (CRG)


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