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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Never quite remember


   
  Only we can see



   The three of me
   Standing next to you
   All agree
   While watching ourselves
   From the corner of our eyes
   We see clearly
   What we need to be
   You don’t know
   Only we can see
   Me
   Myself
   And i
   All three agree
   We are real
   Not you
   Only
   Me and
   Me and
   me


Chris McQueeney   3/25/12   11:19 A.M.






"Insanity is never a fun place to visit, you just can never quite remember it afterwards...so you assume you had a good time"         
                            Chris McQueeney    3/25/2012   12:00 A.M




The picture and prompt were brought to you by Tess at The Mag 110 Credit for photo also to be found there. Please visit and see what others have to feel about the prompt....


On a side note I have to say I had a very good weekend visiting with a best friend, more of a brother, and his son. Gotta say I had a good time fucker!

27 comments:

Heaven said...

I like the creative take...who is the real me anyway ~

Happy Sunday ~

Brian Miller said...

that is a rather haunting rendition on it man...like talking to yourself and yourself...and all concentrating on me...

christopher said...

It is of course really spooky how close reality free of all illusion turns out to be, right next door to insanity, kissing distance actually, far inside the borders of bad breath and other effluvia. That is why hygiene is pretty much a good thing.

Tess Kincaid said...

At least all three are in agreement...

Gail said...

Very brilliant approach!

kaykuala said...

It gets to liking oneself and enjoying it!

Hank

Karen said...

Good one!

Jira said...

This has a bit of creepy to it... not insanity so much as vanity within insanity. Although I admit that I have the most agreeable conversations when I speak to myself. ;)

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manicddaily said...

Yes, there is definitely that narcissism in the pic! K.

Manicddaily said...

Yes, there is definitely that narcissism in the pic! K.

lisa said...

sometimes those other two don't always
know everything. ;)

i'm lovin the quote.

...and glad you had a good fucking time.

Other Mary said...

Who are you? Who, who are you?

Isha Ethera said...

Interesting ways, we see between here and there..

Hmm, I like it, I do. I must admit, I re-read the last "me, and me, and me" line over like 4 times, it was odd, but sent a fun sensation surging. Very good pick, Ill have to check out the prompts, clever little piece!

:)

zongrik said...

you sure me myself and i are all real? how do you know?

mirrored

Shawna said...

I love this! Especially the opening.

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rel said...

Nice.
Me is who I am now, not before or later.
Duane? the photographer. He comes on Friday and I am Friday's me for him... ;)

Kutamun said...

Excellent poem ,Agent Smith!

Kathe W. said...

clever with a twist.
and thanks for your kind commments.

Helen said...

Great poem ... and a riddle too.

Paige said...

cool, love the rhythm and the insight.

thingy said...

It's crowded, that's for sure. I like your take. : )

Nadja Notariani said...

Interesting... I like the exploration of the different facets of 'self'.

The image at the beginning has an eerie hint/vibe of the painting 'Vanity'. It brings to mind the Jewish idea that the human heart is the site of two conflicting tendencies - yetzer hatov (the good urge) and yetzer harah (the bad urge) and that the whole of life is a constant battle between these. Some hold that we can sublimate and redirect the yetzer harah, while others claim that we must fight and overcome - even destroy the yetzer harah!

Okay...I've written a tome...sorry. But that's what your poem (probably you meant it to be more lighthearted...lol) had me thinking on.

Wander said...

Thank you all!

Nadja, that is cool info, I have never heard about that facet of Jewish belief...I'll have to ponder it!

Wander

hyperCRYPTICal said...

Excellent observation - often wonder who the real me is!

Anna :o]

Tumblewords: said...

Mirror, mirror - which is the real me...Nicely done!

Neha said...

Nice work :)

Lydia said...

Stretches the mind. Also, there is something about the way you presented the image...perhaps the black frame on the purple background...that makes it 'pop' as no other presentation of it in magpie kingdom!