Tuesday, 20 March 2012



1. strangely or fantastically distorted; bizarre
2. of or characteristic of the grotesque in art
3. absurdly incongruous; in a ludicrous context
4. a 16th-century decorative style in which parts of human, animal, and plant forms are distorted and mixed
5. a decorative device, as in painting or sculpture, in this style
6. printing the family of 19th-century sans serif display types
7. any grotesque person or thing

Your face
And limbs turning
You disappear in shadows
Changing to a grotesque
An effect of light
Or lack thereof
Darkness defining you better
Than harsh light
And reality

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