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  unusual skin
by jude forese
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.

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you’re more than unusual
 
your skin is a pixilated screen
of far-off dreams
 
a membrane transformed
into a crown of nucleated substance
 
a spectrum of sound
resembling a shapeless tomorrow
 
your voice, an echo
bounces off infrequent winds
 
returning to the origin of where
you will never again remain
 
a blueprint skin reborn
by the pulse of a hidden architect
 
accustomed to being abnormal



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Reviewed by Julianza (Julie) Shavin 11/13/2010
I can't seem to rad this as having to do with an image on a screen, but as a tribute to a real person. And a tribute to the "abormal," or perhaps one should say "original." Real beauty involves the flaws. The true seer always sees that, like you do.
Reviewed by Jon Willey 10/9/2010
Jude, this creative work sends me exploring down varied paths. Seeking a multitude of answers, possibilities and then questioning my reasoning. This is my kind of poem my dear friend. Interpretation is free and more than one is correct and applicable. Love and peace to you. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Axilea MU 9/27/2010
Interesting contrast between the very tangible element - skin - and the impalpable intellectualization of it.

Axilea
Reviewed by Sheila Roy 9/27/2010
"by the pulse of a hidden architect"

That's an awesome line, Jude. Great writing. Hugs,
Sheila
Reviewed by Don Juan Amante 9/26/2010
as always you challenge the mind and spirit. well done.
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 9/26/2010
i like this, what is normal anyway!!
Reviewed by Andy Turner 9/25/2010
Abnormal is good. BTW, I concur with Kate.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 9/25/2010
This is far out, Man.

I love those pixelated ladies on my LED screen. They are almost real. ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by Susan Sonnen 9/25/2010
beautiful, jude!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 9/25/2010
... you're such a darling: who wouldn't want to strive to be the "abnormal" you speak of here?! Reminds me my biog pics are resized and always come out grainy... either that or it's the grey hair that's also starting to proliferate, LOL!! :)) Love the daliance of the amorphous/shapeless with the enticing allure of being also blueprint and part of some over-arching hidden design: that's the kind of uniqueness and omnipresent raison d'etre each one of us perhaps aspires to. A "you" that holds the tension between the nuclear and the big bang... through just a membrane, an "unusual skin". This has attraction/repulsion language that speaks of magnetic forcefields and makes me think of the dangerous tactility of mercury. And mercurial is what this is. Nice! :)) xx
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 9/24/2010
this conjurs up several electronic images in my mind
Reviewed by Carole Mathys 9/24/2010
Splendid Jude, you never disappoint...
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 9/24/2010
Superb Jude~
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 9/24/2010
What is normal Jude? Whispers that have captured our hearts will still echo on the winds when the voice is silent. Excellence as always.
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 9/24/2010
A topographic changeling; skin a map of emotions and thoughts never needing to be verbalized. A whispering vapor that melds into our being. I love the visuals in this piece, Jude, though it was not until after reading it a few times that I was able to see the cohesiveness of it all. A heavy slap to the brain cells for so early in the morning but none the less a stimulant that may supercede my need for coffee.
Take care,
Sherry
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/24/2010
Not much I could add to what the others wrote except to say you always give us much to think about.
fee
Reviewed by Janet Caldwell 9/24/2010
So much to glean from this. Love it! x
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/23/2010
luv what Peter said!;-) You give your readers so much to play with ,Jude,no wonder they love you!
Reviewed by John Flanagan 9/23/2010
A Jude ode left open to the reader to interpret...

John
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 9/23/2010
as always; your work inspires
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 9/23/2010
Jesus God, I'll be up all night decoding this one. This is fantastic. Classic, Jude-flavored mindbending vocab warp, forwards moving backwards, a law unto itself. Excellent piece!
Reviewed by Dawn Anderson 9/23/2010
I don't know what it is that you're feeling or what caused you to write this, yet your words have a beautiful and powerful effect in a way that I cannot explain. When I read your work, I sense an intelligence and a sensitivity beyond the "norm." Yours is a beautiful soul.
Reviewed by M Flack 9/23/2010
There is beautiy to be found in the abstract and unusual.
I like the poem which highlights the exotic nature of unusual beauty.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 9/23/2010
Interesting concept yet it does ring true...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 9/23/2010
This poem gets under my skin..I just wrote a poem about being so restless I could crawl out of my skin and fly to the moon..Do you want to come with me? I am ready, The moon could be just what the doctor ordered for both of us...



Someday this hidden architect will be constructing a world that will allow himself to be seen by eyes wide open that are filled with a promise of divine truth and love; and let's not forget peace.



I love the stanza "your voice, an echo, bounces off infrequent winds"

whispers in the wind are meant to be heard.



Fly Me To the Moon, won't cha come along....love this song..



Much peace, light and love, Jude,

Amber
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 9/23/2010
Fascinating ~
I think you have quite an intellect to write this!
Blessings,
Christine
Reviewed by Sage Sweetwater 9/23/2010
That geiko lizard! Rainy day insurance with a dermatology premium. Scaly and pixilated psoriasis "a blueprint skin reborn by the pulse of a hidden architect accustomed to being abnormal"...this one gets under the skin!

s
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 9/23/2010
I fell in love with my computer also. Haha! Happy mousing around.

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