THE SCREAM

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The Scream – Edvard Munch (1863-1944)

THE BEGINNING
THE SILENCE
THE QUIET
A SOUND
A WHISPER
A WORD
A CALL
A SHOUT
A YELL
A ROW
A SCREAM
A FIGHT
A BATTLE
A WAR
AN EXPLOSION
DESTRUCTION
ANNIHILATION
THE END.

5 thoughts on “THE SCREAM

    1. I’ve always felt the same about this painting, Mick. Sometimes art is more poetic than words. As you say, it is difficult to cope when there is too much going on in our external world as well as within our internal world. Life is difficult and testing at times 😦

  1. A powerful poem to match the famous picture. Mick’s reaction “The Scream” is the more natural one, I think. It reminds me of how I react when I walk all the way down to the train station and then remember that my train pass is in my other jacket. 😦

    1. It must be infuriating to get to the train station having left your pass behind, particularly on a rainy day. I feel the same if I go out without my keys and then remember them as soon as I’ve shut the front door. At least, I can still get to college on time – it’s just getting back in the house on my return which is the difficulty. Always a good excuse to call in on a friend for a free cuppa though, looking on the brighter side 🙂

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