Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

Bronze Star - 2,252 Points (02/11/1982 but conceived on May 28,1981 / Indian Orchard, Massachusetts)

Cinephiles - Poem by Richard Ford Bunuel Whale Carnegie Edison Simon Hitchcock Welles Christ Antunes Rodriguez Kubrick

The difference between you and I,
I see blue... You see red,
Old fashion 3d glasses
Of an era of an error
Of a gimmick, in nostalgia

Of a cinematic age
Be gone from flickers, to sound,
In black and white and to color
Then 3d pictures back again
To us together,

I close one eye, you close yours,
We both open and see each other,
Cheek to cheek of old fashion ways back
Back to AIP sci fi cinema...
Cheesy we know but up for laughs,

To Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
To a past where girls were dames
And men were fellas, toward a future
As my heart races in having you
hands clasped in hand to hand,

Heart to heart, mind to mind, kiss to kiss,
Where the best 3d is between you and me,
Up close and personal
One plus you makes up a world
Between two avid cinephiles


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 11, 2015



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