A vision beyond the haze.
Horrific.Well - written:)
Incredible!I love the daunting darkness in the post. :)
Stark, dark, and scary. Very nicely written. =)Btw, http://pensez.blogspot.com/2011/01/unusually-imperfectly-complete.html is a new blog post of mine for a contest. Would appreciate if you could comment. thanks.
Dark Mystery.. Even the lines are inviting. Good write up.
@Aayushi : Thanks a lot. :)@Sammy : Was supposed to be. :D
@Sayak : Thanks a lot, buddy. :)@Meher: Thank you so much. I'll certainly pay your post a visit. :)
@Deepika : Thanks a lot.
Good heavens. Crazy, but awesomely written. Love the morbidity. And the picture. ;)
@Richa : Thanks a lot. :)The story would have been quite incomplete without the painting. It completes the morbid setting I wanted. :D
Scary.. Well put.. :)
@Enchanta : I hope you like the painting as well. :D :P
@Bedlam : Thanks, Di. :)
Hey...the eyes...your painting reminded me of Christopher Reeves
@Lioness : The eyes look dead. Reeves was paralysed. There's a difference. So I'm not sure I understand the connection you're making. :-/
I am not making any connection.I just sayin itz struck me a little bit..ain't I allowed to voice what I think!?:/otherwise the painting is horrifing...I was talking about thjesimilar shape of eyes and the nose structure..not the axe and the death and the blood. I was a great fan of Christipher Reeve's movie 'Somewhere In Time'and his autobiography had appealed to me a lot.That movie of hhis is one of my favourites.That is what I liked Christopher Reeves for..:/
@Lioness : Of course you're allowed to voice your opinions! I just didn't understand your opinion; so I asked. :|I'll surely check out the movie you mentioned. I never saw much of Christopher Reeves except in the Superman movies, of course. I did like him in those! :)
What came over you to write this?Chilling nonetheless.
@Wildflower : Thanks. :D@Purba Di : I saw a movie called 'The Black Dahlia'. It's based on a true story regarding the murder of Elizabeth Short, whose body was found with the Glasgow Smile done to her. That's where I got interested in it.Glad it shook you! :D
Omg. Freaky. :P But really put well that it actually makes one scared :P :) and the picture. oh god. :P
@Sonshu : Thanks a lot. I hope everyone who read got visual images and get freaked out. The picture managed the rest of the frightening! :D
He distorted and destroyed her smile. Googled it, its like, the Art and the Golden age of grotesque.Nice one.Cheers,Blasphemous Aesthete
I don't know how i came across this blog , But I am happy I did. Great and touching!!!
@Blasphemous Aesthete : At a point in time, it really was.Thanks a lot. @Zeesh : Thanks a lot.
Its a lovely pic...despite the horrors associated...
@Siddhartha : Yes, it is. It requires an objectively artistic eye.
Reminded me of Joker from Batman. The glasgow smile I mean.I adore short stories like these which just pierces you to the core. It's very hard to make your point in a few lines so kudos to you :)
@Antara : Thanks a lot. I'm glad you liked this. :)And in fact, The Joker does have a Glasgow Smile.
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