Photo by Ryan Michael Swearingen (www.myeyemachine.com)
come for me,
Filed under Photography, Poetry
Tagged as Jeremy Balius, Last Instructions, poem, Poetry, Ryan Michael Swearingen
So good JB… words of honour.
… and foresight of one’s probable weakness or petrified immobility when it counts most.
i dig it jerms. evokes redemption and glory…
and your eye machine captures. Ry, this photo’s essence with the skate angel and the skate shadow, is such a great moment! the linearity!
Excellent short piece, brave and straight to the point. Mine would be more Scooby Doo like ‘if, when they come for me, tell them I went ‘that way’ and point in the wrong direction’.
“It was Old Man Jenkins from the amusement park!” – “I would’ve gotten away with it if it weren’t for you meddling kids and your dumb dog!”
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