The Velvet Eyes Of The Day: The Picture Was Overwritten With Words’ Ink!!

June 11, 2009

The Velvet Eyes Of The Day: The Picture Was Overwritten With Words’ Ink!! A photo that was not a photo.

Tonight, June 11, 2009,  written for you as a preview for the book to be published.

The Boy was almost a Man and a Teen and he knew that the Girl took a picture of the House that she saw at the corner of the street whre no flowers were invited, the garden was on the other side. The Photo was unknown in the family entourage because there was a mystery about the 2 days trip of her when she was there to try to find the sender of the suit.

But at Noon, a sandwich in the plate, the father of Velvet Eyes told him that there was an envelope with something inside looking like nothing else. The music in the room was from the repertoire of Walt Whitman, an old witness of the first skyscrapers, floor by floor, until the end of their construction and a bad poet.

Loosing no more time and giving an advice to his dad: “don’t criticize the mail again!, the next hero of the American Diplomacy opened the package, a picture is a box with no door, and read a long poem written by the person who was a female before to be a spectator-actor of his success. The text was in a smaller dimension than the normal size and it was not possible to see the picture belind it. It was with only 3 words: I Love You! But I is more than a word: a letter.

Fred Vidal, PhD
June 11, 2009
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Walt Whitman, friend of Fred and strange warrior of The American Legend and Land.

Walt Whitman, friend of Fred and strange warrior of The American Legend and Land.

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