Chuck Audette

Rookie - 59 Points (Poetry Hell, Vermont)

The Scream (Explained) - Poem by Chuck Audette

horrified shout
anguished face
she went out
without her wig in place

(inspired by the Munch Painting)


Comments about The Scream (Explained) by Chuck Audette

  • Susan Williams (1/6/2016 2:40:00 PM)


    That painting has been showing up in a lot of novels that I've read lately. A woman would indeed look like that painting if she found she'd left her house without her hair on. (Report) Reply

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  • (5/5/2007 1:59:00 AM)


    Chuck,
    I agree with Anna Russell,
    Now, answer her question!

    B.V.A.
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  • Brian Dorn (3/8/2007 9:09:00 AM)


    Great visual, Charles... I know some girls who react that way to a bad haircut! Funny stuff, as always!
    Brian
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  • (2/21/2006 5:23:00 AM)


    Short, snappy, hilarious. Fantastic. Now can you tell us what the Mona Lisa's smiling at?
    Hugs
    Anna xxx.
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  • (2/20/2006 12:19:00 PM)


    Hilarious word-picture, fitting the painting perfectly! (I find the painting so grotesque that it's impossible to look away.) I'll probably always think of your words whenever I see it. THANKS! (Report) Reply

  • Linda Hepner (1/4/2006 4:16:00 PM)


    Ok, funny! There was a suggestion that The Scream was a memory response to the delayed northern arrival of the tsunami and hellish skies following Krakatoa. I guess I'd forget my wig in those circumstances too! (Report) Reply

  • (12/28/2005 2:56:00 PM)


    I like it. I like it! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 28, 2005



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