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


  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? 😉


  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


  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.


  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!


    ~ RubyShooZ ~

    Peace, love and understanding.

    “‘No comment’ is a comment.”

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


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

    You okay, Red?
    Keep me posted.


  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.

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


  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


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