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Now fleeting sweetness
A timely release of self
Overcome, yet whole.

My entry this week on Illustration Friday's theme, "surrender".

Comments (14)

Steve M:

Mysterious art
Rose glasses deceive again
Drowning in silence

Ed B:

Life in a vacuum.
So much in so little time,
A blaze of glory.

Dr. Bob:

Ed B:
Or is it a "Blaise" of glory.

Mystic scholar of
Math, science, philosophy,
Reason with feelings

John Cox:

Hey Dr. Bob

You got the Blaise Pascal quote reference. Nice.

Ed B:

Dr. Bob:

I decided to take the more subtle homonym route...


Gee whiz. All of you guys knocked this one out of the park. I'll play along, but mine will pale in comparison:

of what can be said
one thing known of surrender
when you quit you lose


Frenchmen got used to
Surrender: first feelings, then
The German army.

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