Wednesday, July 22, 2009

icky body

yuck
yuck yuck
yuck ick yuck
yuck yuck
yuck
ew
ew icky icky icky icky ew
ew__ yuck yuck yuck __ew
ew__ yuck yuck yuck __ew
ew__ yuck yuck yuck__ ew
ew __yuck yuck yuck __ew
i ha _te this body this ha_ te it
ugly dirty smelly
ewew___ ewew
ewew___ ewew
ewew___ ewew
ewew ___ewew
icky____ icky
icky____ icky
body of____ mine :-(

4 comments:

  1. i know this is not the comment you were looking for.........

    but...


    that was cool.


    ;-)

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  2. I'm sorry hon. Sorry that you're feeling like this and hopin' that you are feeling just a bit better by now.

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  3. I'm with rebbetzen here. That was seriously cool. You're talented m'dear. And creative. And patient. And....





    TTYL? [pleads]

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  4. mr. a. l. therapist guyJuly 23, 2009 at 7:43 PM

    If I could be allowed to get a little "psychological" here... Psychoanalyzing artwork is a time-honored tradition for us shrinks.

    Aside from the obvious contradiction and conflict between the ugly words and the beautiful picture, which is anything but "icky"....

    Does anyone else see this figure as so tense and rigid to look almost "straight-jacketed?"

    A person (as many survivors of sexual trauma do)who sees their body as bad, shameful, scary and disgusting in anyway and cannot enjoy it, is like a soul trapped in the confinement of a straight jacket, unable to free itself from a horrible shameful existence.

    There are paraplegics, on the other hand, who while truly physically unable to feel, sense, or move their body, can still manage to appreciate it somehow.

    It is all in them mind, Little Sheep, all in the mind....not in the body.

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