Dimension
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adelinefeckerDeep thoughts over coffee...
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I wish you were able to see me in all my dimensions, but you couldn't. So I left.

Dimension

prose by adelinefecker

I am a three dimensional person

The fact that you look at me and see only a one dimensional object is not a problem with me

But a problem with you

But I am not upset with you for being blind

I am upset that you made me believe I was a paper doll instead of a person

That I believed your flattened view of my body

Over the truth i knew in my heart

I am a three dimensional person

yet you wrote me off as a short list of adjectives in your head

I was merely an object of few descriptions​

so you thought you could treat me like one

I am a three dimensional person

and I looked at you in all your twisted and misshapen lines and I painted you with every color I knew

I wish I knew I was a masterpiece too

I wish I knew I was more than the things you told me I was

And that's why I left you

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5 months agoReply
@michaelschulze Thank you!!!

5 months agoReply
We are far more than three dimensional but we are limited by what we choose to show others of ourselves and what other actually see of us A nice poem

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5 months agoReply
@bernardtwindwil I appreciate you! Thank you!

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5 months agoReply
Adeline, I love your work. This was wordcraft but it was also a scintillating declaration of independence and reaffirmation of self. The poetic meter was mellifluously dramatic. Each stanza was a ring of the Liberty Bell. What a woman you are becoming. Great poem!!!!