Sunday, February 6, 2011

Architecture

Always the animal
in her, unable to find a room
long enough to get a bit of speed up
in.















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8 comments:

Sigerson said...

almost an engineering problem ... and yet this pithy piece has more dimensions that can be measured by t-square or compass

Jhon Baker said...

quite good! yes, I really attached to it.

Thomas Perkins said...

Nice. I wonder how much is animal and how much human. Here may be an opposing sentiment...

http://wisage7.blogspot.com/2010/06/this-mind.html

bob vanderwest said...

Slightly claustrophobic, with echoes of Daedalus and Icarus trapped in the Labrynth at Crete. A suggestion, perhaps undermining the ambiguity of "animal", though I don't think so. Specify which animal.

Blackbird said...

perfected hesitation, perplexed designation, smart, subtly sexy, and a title which leads in many directions. excellent.

utopianfragments said...

i like the use of 'her' instead of (the possible) 'me'/ catch you a bit of guard.

Graham Nunn said...

feetingly gorgeous...

Amanda Joy said...

Thanks Sigerson! I hadn't considered the engineering. :)

Nice to see you Jhon, glad you enjoyed.

Hi Thomas, even Stevens i reckon ;)

Thanks Bob, the human animal methinks.

Thanks you muchly Dale.

cheers Dhyan!

Graham :)