~ by yearzerowriters on July 4, 2010.

8 Responses to “Spill”

  1. Isn’t that a prison watchtower in the pic?

    I guess the title misled me amd i thought it was an oilspill. But it’s a prison break? A break of words, that doesn’t last very long…whyat does this all mean? A new kind of fiction trying to break out? But is it escaping out of sight never to be seen again, or is it escaping towards being seen by everyone?

  2. It’s just a slice of character, but I’ll wait for a few more people’s responses for elaborating.

    Spill and flood both relate to light as well as to liquids.

  3. So the spill in the gulf is weighing on you too?

    Prison watchtower or oil derrick, or an interesting metaphor whereby it becomes both. And the text like blobs of undigestable oil.

    This is quite a creation. It almost seems to extend a theme from Penny’s last post.

  4. Beguiling to read, I see character but mostly refection. I like the feeling of ‘getting-a-sense-of’. Often ‘giving a sense of’ is what you do fabulously well in your several-of-the-five-senses writing. Probably shouldn’t say this but the broken phrases that make and change sense in juxtaposition reminded me of some reason of Radiohead – or maybe that was just the word ‘contra-indicating’ 🙂

  5. ‘Reflection’. Not refection or even refraction, although it could be the last too.

  6. ??

  7. It is like sex and surgery, rolling around on the ground, trying to see which will win, in order to define this one.

  8. Still waiting for your elaboration 🙂

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