UnModern Art

UnModern Art

A Poem by sinNsincerity

Her idol was once the object of her fantasies,

but you see,

marble eyes are beautiful,

but they cannot see what I see.




-I could bring you to life

with the worship of Aphrodite,

but unlike Pygmalion,

My moon stood the moon

and the prostitution of my mind continues...

Who will I find?

© 2017 sinNsincerity

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Have you ever watched a movie by the name of "May"? It's an extremely creepy take on the Frankenstein tale (without Frankenstein). I'm probably misinterpreting this but your poem made me think of that movie and it's titular character. May... that b***h is crazy.

Even being far off on the meaning, I still think this is well written. You always write well, even when I attach my own meaning... it seems to work. Good job, again.

Posted 1 Month Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


1 Month Ago

I have not, but I will soon.and don't worry about misinterpreting my poem. I don't want readers to t.. read more
Dead Alive Dave

1 Month Ago

I feel the same way about my own writing. Do find a way to watch "May" sometime... it's surprisingl.. read more

1 Month Ago



This is a very nice poem. Thanks for sharing.

Posted 4 Weeks Ago

It's stunningly deep yet beautiful.

Posted 1 Month Ago


1 Month Ago

Do tell...
To dream of one created
in an image sought out by one's soul.
It's only a dream or it could result in a night terror.
Well thought out and captured in words.

Posted 1 Month Ago

The language that you use is so fitting. It flows well and your ideas cohere. An enjoyable read!

Thank you for sharing! I love reading your writing

I would pick my favorite lines but I can't choose. The work as a whole is wonderful.

Posted 1 Month Ago

Really good! Its been awhile since I was last on here and I enjoyed this

Posted 1 Month Ago

"and the prostitution of my mind continues"
I love this idk why.
The poem is very good and it brings me many thoughts and feelings.


Posted 1 Month Ago

marble eyes are beautiful
but they can not see what I see

Love this line. Thought provoking and lovely.

Posted 1 Month Ago

ahahaha love the mythology in your poem and who has not wished to make real the stone beauty ... or the wooden Pinocchio ;) enjoyed reading ..nice straight forward and simplicity of language but a complex theme ...could go many places between those lines

Posted 1 Month Ago

Thought provoking words, and even if I don't entirely understand your motivation, the imagery of a marble statue, particularly in the moonlight lets the mind travel.

Some of those blank eyes, with that haunting translucent beauty, which might once have been painted... still almost as perfect as when they were sculpted, have seen two thousand years or more. What they might have seen and who they represent..??

Posted 1 Month Ago

This really speaks to my heart, I can relate well, which makes it such a beautiful expression.Beautifully written . really enjoyed reading it.
Makes you wonder abt your thinking processes, soul sacrifice once again . This is the second poem I've read of yours and lovely reading/writing.Though didnt understand a bit of it, but enjoyed the implications thoroughly.

Posted 1 Month Ago

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Added on September 4, 2017
Last Updated on September 4, 2017



East Los Angeles, CA

"It was about that time I realized that searching was my symbol, the emblem of those who go out at night with nothing in mind, the motives of destroyer of compasses." Hopscotch -Julio Cortazar .. more..


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