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carry that weight by Loui  Jover

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  • donnamalone
    donnamaloneover 4 years ago it’s your turn!

  • James Lewis Hamilton
    James Lewis Ha...over 4 years ago

    he ain’t heavy… he’s me brother!
    that’s the slogan for a US charity… fits this!

  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraover 4 years ago

    I don’t generally like these odd forms; but, I do like this one! It reminds me of playing ‘piggy back’; but, it’s also interesting in that one head is looking one way/and, the other head is looking the opposite; whereas, in normal ‘piggy back’; both people are seen facing the one same direction, instead. I guess, that means this is not about playing ‘piggy back’, then?! However, each viewer will have their own interpretation of the piece; going according to what it most tends to remind them of. I suppose, it could also be seen as being a tug of war; where one person choses to go one way/and, another person choses to go another; so, both are seen looking in opposite directions. Or, it could even be interpreted as it a two person partnership; one person tends to dominate; whilst the smaller/weaker person tends to go along whether they agree with the stronger person or not?! Then, again, it could also mean something else, altogether; which I might have totally and completely missed??? ;-)

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