Silent Girl

Silence, on SiLENce
Perhaps it hurts more than words
Shattering the soul

~m

(Gráim thú, SG)

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12 thoughts on “Silent Girl

  1. There’s definitely a lot of power in silence, so yes, it might be the same with hurt.

    Another ~m way of painting emotionally charged images with such few words….

    Three lines left me shattered by the beauty of their daunting message.

    Love your comments, Spaz
    Thanks.
    ~m

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  2. Oh that is cool, and the photo is amazing. I want to take photos like that one day 🙂
    Cheers, Kelly


    It was a great photo.
    Totally apt for the post, don’tcha think? 😉
    ~m

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  3. It seems so bleak, so wild. It’s also a contradiction, the dress not going with the weather. Yet … it’s so appealing, somehow cosy, inviting.
    Great picture.


    Definitely a bleak picture.
    And appealing in a very understated way.
    Lot’s of comments on this pic.
    Thanks, Anthony
    ~m

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  4. Your banner….when I was a mere 16-year-old, my family and I were flying back from Hawaii, at night, and after many hours of nothing but black outside the window, I suddenly saw an endless line of lights. It was an awesome sight.

    Your poem – it’s oddly fitting, as my husband has been uncharacteristically silent last night and this morning. Although not shattered, I am concerned.

    Hope everything is okay, Lolly.
    I love the Hawaii story. Very cool.
    ~m

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  5. Thank you. I appreciate you being here and for being you.

    I saw a quote today on a blog that said:

    “‘No comment’ is a comment.”

    – George Carlin

    Today is bloggers appreciation day so thank you everyone!

    Namaste.

    ~ RubyShooZ ~

    Peace, love and understanding.

    “‘No comment’ is a comment.”

    Very cool, Roobs
    And from one of my favorite comedians, Carlin
    ~m

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  6. Perhaps it does.
    Silence. I received the exact opposite today and was ripped from the inside, out.

    Ouch.
    You okay, Red?
    Keep me posted.
    ~m

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  7. Far out, Mikey tries the haiku. I have a question, which came first, the haiku or the picture? Just curious. Very good – more please.
    WC


    Believe it or not, the haiku came first.
    The picture was just serendipity sticking its head in the back blogdoor
    ~m

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  8. i think the picture is so well done….the direction of it …..its a priceless piece of art.
    The tree in this picture shows the girl’s face expressions, how sad, hurt, dull, heart broken a million times, sick of this world and almost dead.
    i would give the tree 100% for putting up such an impossible act, porting human expression wonderfully.
    I’LL also give the photographer 100% for thinking big, showing the world what that girl can’t.
    i love it.
    kashif alvi


    Deep comment, Kashif
    I do agree this is one instance where the picture IS worth 1,000 words
    Thanks for stopping by
    ~m

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