The Right Impression


The Right Impression

The old man stood,
zoom lens transfixed on,
The image before him,

The young man sat,
pad and charcoal, outlining,
The image before him,

The child viewed the panorama with,
interest, as two men struggled,
To leave their impressions.

Submitted to Jingle Poetry for Poetry Potluck, Week 36, Sketches, Images and Impressions

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Fighting to save the sanity of a slightly demented forty something, who is fast approaching becoming a more than slightly demented fifty something ;-) View all posts by Tino

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