Une vision d'Edward James (A Vision of Edward James)

Posing a reflection, 
the poet focuses forward 
surrealistically stealing 
his face from view-- 
commissioning his portrait 
to surreptitiously stand behind 
his patronage of the painter. 

Inspired by: Mag 224  -- Not to be Reproduced (La reproduction interdite, 1937) by René Magritte.

5 comments:

Eddie Bluelights said...

That chap deserves to be bullied - silly individual not showing his face.
Loved it ~ Eddie

Cait O'Connor said...

Cleverly done, I like it.

Berowne said...

A quite clever response to the prompt.

Letitia said...

Thank you all... I'm glad you liked it. :)

Bekkie Sanchez said...

As usual I loved it and was glad to see your name in the list! We are on fire, huh?

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