Listening for the words in a quiet corner of the night. The fiction, poetry, and photography of Jason Evans.
That landscape looks rather like it has been cleaned and swept.
post armaggedon...scribblers Inc.P.S.-I followed a link which said that there are contests in here. Pray, where could they be?
Peace is where you find it, even in the OR of a biting landscape.
Truly a fantastic shot Jason.
That landscape does glimmer like a scalpel. Amazing photo, Jason. Renewal can hurt. Or maybe it's the longing for renewal and peace that cuts the deepest.
A powerful plea for rebirth. Or redemption. Or maybe a little of both.I really like this, the sharp-edged imagery. Of course, my favorite poet is Sylvia Plath. ;)
Gorgeous shot and great imagery in the plea.
Aggie, a very strange moment visually. The ground brighter than the sky.Scribblers, I hold periodic contests. At this point, I'm planning on the next one in April or May.Walking Man, that's a great line! I'm afraid the anesthesia might not be taking.Catvibe, thanks!Chris, quite a day. :)Sarah, so, so true. And I'm not sure how to know which is which.Jennifer, you've grabbed the heart of it. Maybe it's even wanting the most pain possible in a plea to speed the process.Karen, I love the fast-paced, unpredictable nature of photography from a moving car. You have to see it and take it. No time to deliberate.
@ Jason:A great shot... somehow the absence of everything itself has filled the void! (Are we losing our writer to a photographer?? :-D )@ Sarah: I honestly don't know how you come up with such lines..."it's the longing for renewal and peace that cuts the deepest"That one line sums up the story of my life!!! :)
Beautiful contrast between sky and ground, as the words rise sacrosanct in their request.
Stark, yet lush with meaning and austere beauty. Aloha, fellow lover of the velvet night ;-)
Aniket, don't worry. The photographer and writer live well together. Thanks!Kaye, a poetic response. :) Thanks.Cloudia, many thanks. And yes, I do like to draw my fingers across the velvet night.
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