|Vacant Angel (standard:poetry, 99 words)|
|Author: M. Richard Smith||Added: Mar 25 2004||Views/Reads: 2029/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
Vacant Angel A vacant angel paints a silhouetted masterpiece with drunken passion on a black imagined canvas, creating psychedelic metaphors of smoke and sculptured fashion in aesthetic harmony with her life in the surreal. She smears experimental messes with bitter strokes of broken wings, that scream through angry little portraits of her insecurity. Another dismal tapestry of shattered dreams and sunken hope that dulls her dank existence and lessens the absurdness of her own reality. When she deems the picture finished she esteems herself less futile than she is and calls it art. copyright 2003 by M. Richard Smith Tweet
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