WALL AND HEAR

Surfing through Twitter yesterday was quite eventful for me. I say this in respect to the picture a friend posted on her wall. It made me think for a while how these entities in question (stature and wall) could go through what i saw.

Anyways, i don’t want to bore you with my imagination but indulge for some minutes and let us all think on the literal possibilities behind the picture. Two items here: A stature and a wall eavesdropping on something. If you ask me, that’s some sick and yet beautiful thing to think on. You should see my face right now. I’m smiling at the possibilities.

You know me, i won’t go into the prompt today without asking how you are doing today? You can reach me via my mail abuhmonday@gmail.com or on twitter @Mondaydpoet if you need someone to talk to. I listen.

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HAPPY CHRISTMAS IN ADVANCE…I FEEL IT ALREADY!

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Samantha Leboeuf
12 days ago

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Simon Warwick Beresford
Simon Warwick Beresford
12 days ago

Snake Eyes

I hate to tell you
They’re not statues
They’re people, petrified

Medusa moves among us
I guess you
Thought she’d died?

Well for a while
She was just a head
Upon Athena’s shield

But mortals gave her worship
And
From the neck
She healed!

Simon Warwick Beresford
Simon Warwick Beresford
12 days ago

Is it really alluding to Greek Mythology when I’ve named two specific and well known characters? That’s not really allusion, more pretty blatant referencing, really.

Have I posted on here before? Not sure but I don’t think so.

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