Posted in art, poetry, writing Transparent Posted on April 16, 2014 by SHE'S IN PRISON Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPinterestPrintMoreTumblrLinkedInRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading... Author: SHE'S IN PRISON Poetry and music. View All Posts
8 thoughts on “Transparent”
So well done! I was right there in that cafe with you, seeing and feeling that whole atmosphere and the people around you.
Thank you! It’s an atmosphere I know well, so I’m glad it came across.
I love this one, Leanne. I used to get those stares, too, when I ate all by myself, with my nose in a book. I miss those days.
They’re paradoxical days. I love them and hate them. Thank you so much!
most days at work, I do the same thing, sit alone, usually reading a book, enjoying my time alone. but then I could care less if people stare, but I felt like I was there with you, you described it so well. 🙂
Actually I welcome the staring. It’s more of an issue of people looking without really seeing. Thank you so much for reading and for your thoughts. 🙂
” Sharing her thoughts with paper . . . ” I love the line. It caused emotion to well up in my chest so smoothly that by the time I realized how powerful they were It was to late for anything but recognitiion of my own soulful needs. Scientists and researchers set thoughts to paper too. We do it to create our enabling oxygen. I see you staring at me inquisitively, wondering if I get it all. Yes, and then some.
This is one of the most touching comments I’ve ever received. Thank you for you’re thoughts and thank you for your empathy. Cheers! -Leanne