Perspectives through Prose, Poetry and Photography
Posted on August 4, 2013
by Joanne Edith
Photo credit: [ changó ] / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND
Written in response to Trifextra challenge, asking for a thirty-three word interpretation of the posted photograph.
Category: Prose, Trifecta Writing Challenge (Archives), Well-struck NotesTags: Freedom, Homeless, Hopelessness, Humanity, Postaday, Scream, Subway, Trifecta Writing Challenge (Archives)
A demoralized existence. How sad but well done!
“Shadowy fringes of humanity” – I like that! The subway sounds unpleasant.
I agree. Thanks for commenting.
I really like this piece. Nicely done!
Thank you, Heather.
I like this. Great work.
Thanks, Draugh. It’s ironic that my imagined subjects are seeking freedom, while surrounded by several forms of transportation, i.e. busses and subways, but I couldn’t squeeze that thought into the poem.
Poem for the modern Statue of Liberty.
Yes-exactly. I should have used that as a title, perhaps.
like the reference to trifecta 🙂 (3:33)
I couldn’t help myself. Thanks for noticing.
Creatively written and presented. I also think yours is the first to mention the vent/drain which I wish I had incorporated too. Silent screams – powerful image.
Thank you, Jo-Anne.
Great job with the rhyming. Thank you for linking up!
Thank you…it was an intriguing prompt.
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