Untitled [ Still Life ]


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define: extra: excess, more than is needed, required or desired; something additional of the same kind. define: simile: a simile is a type of figurative language, language that does not mean exactly what it says, that makes a comparison between two otherwise unalike objects or ideas by connecting them with the words “like” or “as.” The reader can see a similar connection with the verbs resemble, compare and liken. Similes allow an author to emphasize a certain characteristic of an object by comparing that object to an unrelated object that is an example of that characteristic. define: extra: an minor actor in a crowd scene

2 thoughts on “Untitled [ Still Life ]

  1. I know, I know. I called the picture ‘mango1’, but it’s actually a papaya and two pears, and that ‘granite’ is Formica. I guess nothing is what it seems anymore. Still, ‘still life’ has got to be the original oxymoron, does it not? I may get a poem out of this yet. (The papaya was delicious; the pears, as of this writing, are still not ripe enough to eat.)

  2. Fruit! In a still life…where’s the poem? Mango, pear…blue leaves, and is that granite? I wonder what this photograph would do if you tried it black and white as well. I am pleasantly surprised by this and will now read your James Joyce poem.

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