All in a Ball
by Linda Newton Perry
Sunday, October 25, 2009
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November's National Geographic has a photo of a chimp with no hair. I've drawn this illustration from that photo. The photo was taken by Sanja Upadhyay at the Mysore Zoo, India.
Pour fellow ... tight in a ball,
Face covered, hand in a fist.
What's he thinking, if he thinks at all?
"I'm different, I know it and I'll take no risk . . .
Go away, is your point, only, to see me fall?"
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|Reviewed by firstname.lastname@example.org Bennett
|I love this poem my friend. It's very poetic as
a poem should be to the reader. It's not a novel
or tale but poetic words that linger-prevail.
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Thank you for sharing your artistic gift and the message expressed via your verses, Linda. Love and best wishes,
|Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
|Linda I think you have done an awesome job of this. From illustration to poem all is top notch.
It's a lot harder to illustrate sometimes than it is to write, cause we see in our minds, it's getting it out of there that's the hard part. In this case though you've done a wonderful job.
I can't draw anything but give me a camera and I've got it made. Great work.