Ace of Clubs

the crispness of the intersection
between shadow and source
where the thing
lies
where they touch
and each recognizes
the other as being related
distance makes indistinct
the object
blurs
that casts light
that shapes that sharp shadow

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2 responses to “Ace of Clubs

  1. I like the symmetry here – light and shadow cannot exist inpendently (very ying and yang)

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