Poetry

Actors

Written by Jacob Ibrag

Specks of kismet. A sneak peak of

what could’ve been. Astrological opposites.

Tucked underneath these we scented blankets.

Pretenders till our morning intervention.

Actors till end of our production.


Photographer Unknown

 

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14 comments on “Actors

  1. Kismet is one of my favorite words. Really enjoyed this piece.

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  3. That is a beautiful, unbelievably cool photograph. Love the black-and-white. I don’t think the pic would’ve worked in color. To me, b/w forces us to see and feel the subject rather than get lost in the lighting, the hue, the intensity of color. Please, I love color photography as well, but Ansel Adams, Mary Ellen Frank, Dorothea Lange, and the b/w portrait work of Annie Leibovitz just begs you to fall into the frame.

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  4. Throughout the drama of life….

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  5. Sometimes, we play pretend too much that we’d gotten lost in the process, and become comfused as to what is real and what’s fake in our selves…

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  6. Wonderful! 🙂

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