Magic Eye

Magic Eye

A Poem by Neville

Magic Eye

 

Stare long enough my friend and

Monsters will appear

Magic eyes see everything

 

 

© 2019 Neville


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I thought of autostereograms here. Those books where you are invited to stare at an image in 3d on a 2d patterned background. If you don't have impaired eye sight you can often see an image or number in the centre. Sometimes you have to squint, sometimes you can't see anything at all, other than a strange shape but they are great fun. They are also called Magic Eyes. Your lines have several meanings, but this is the one I thought of first.

Chris

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

5 Months Ago

Give the gall a cigar.. you seem to have got it straight away, I didn't think anyone would see throu.. read more
Christine Anne Shaw

5 Months Ago

Yes they are still available from bookshops Neville. I won't take the goldfish, the cat is looking r.. read more



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I get the feeling I'm watching old reruns of the Twilight Zone . . . This reminds me of a very old TV show
. . . "Thriller" (not M. Jackson's album) episode where a vain fellow came across eyeglasses that would reveal all kinds of mysteries to him. He put them on, looked in the mirror and saw just what kind of soul he had . . . rather hideous. Needless to say, it drove him mad. "Magic Eyes"? not familiar with such a device . . . thought Chris was talking about tri-focals!!! Thanks for the fun.
T.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

4 Months Ago

tis amazing where words take us.. Chris got it write with her autostereograms and having since check.. read more
I thought of autostereograms here. Those books where you are invited to stare at an image in 3d on a 2d patterned background. If you don't have impaired eye sight you can often see an image or number in the centre. Sometimes you have to squint, sometimes you can't see anything at all, other than a strange shape but they are great fun. They are also called Magic Eyes. Your lines have several meanings, but this is the one I thought of first.

Chris

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

5 Months Ago

Give the gall a cigar.. you seem to have got it straight away, I didn't think anyone would see throu.. read more
Christine Anne Shaw

5 Months Ago

Yes they are still available from bookshops Neville. I won't take the goldfish, the cat is looking r.. read more
We eventually see what we want to see. Perception is the trickiest thing in the world. Amazingly delightful words, N.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

5 Months Ago

Ah' yes.. the interpretation of stimuli received via the senses, both past and present....tis what m.. read more
DIVYA

5 Months Ago

It not what is outside but what is inside one’s heads that mostly decides what we see. You are mos.. read more
Our minds can convince us we see things that don’t exist, especially in the darkness of paranoia. That’s what I read here. Another mind twister and a good one.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

5 Months Ago

You are of course write.. that's one way of looking at it.. Cheers, Neville
and sometimes i think there are people who want to see them...who live for drama...
many ways this could be taken....could be looking in the mirror and seeing the bad within ourselves, as well.
j.

Posted 5 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Neville

5 Months Ago

You too jacob are directly on target with your take on these words and the several possibilities the.. read more

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