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su2anne

Joined April 2011

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a black and white image taken at an elevated level of a missing person poster of a child whilst people walk oblivious in the street below with an accompanying jot
so many children are kidnapped every day through-out the world. in a humble way i offer this jot and image to help convey a little of how a mother might feel for a second…
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Where are you
My child?
I see you
In the myriad of faces
As they pass by
You are there
Yet not
Every moment without you
An eternity
So I wait
I cannot breathe
I cannot eat
I dare not sleep
Less I miss sight
Of you
How could I know
When I said goodbye
That morning
It would most likely be
The last…
I had no feeling
In the pit of my stomach
No heart wrench
No inkling
It seemed just
An ordinary day
Like any other
So I plaster your image
On poles
Give interviews
And beg you to
Come home
For the life of me
I cannot fathom
Rhyme or reason
Of the why
Am I a bad mother?
Did I do something wrong?

26th February

Featured Groups: “Image Writing Featured Art.” “The World As We See It, or as we missed it and Black & White Of The Week!” “Editors Weekly Choice Ending March 3rd, 2013.” “Street Photography and Photo journalism.”
“European Everyday Life.” “The Human Condition.”

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