This is so sweet,it brings out my sensitive side.
another pretty work <3
...They are what we made of them. T_T
Robots were made from our image and ideals.
Screws, bolts, pipes and stem.
They shall never feel the dreams...
They have a mission
And a somewhat bulky hulk
Some kind of tradition
although no one ever hears them sulk...
But when you look the screen from afar
We think that in this bazar
We aren't so different
Yet we are in the end worse and indifferent
When did the child in us die?
The simplicity of mind going from comply to deny
What makes people tick in this gray sky?
A question that leaves me dry...
In the end, I see a sad and happy reality
No vitality, only a plain neutrality
He as the gift of the child's eye...
Always honest, naïf, and straight forward, but why?
Do we always cry? We can only pity.
And see is world as a fatality...
It pains me to see it. Knowing that this loyal ally could never foresee what's coming... He doesn't know solitude... Yet he's going understand it as time grows... Yes I said grow, since he will see that the world changes yet whit is immortal body he will stay there and can only watch. Even he can understand it, he will only be unable to react or even picture it...
Its a great image. You've kept the surroundings from taking to much forms to draw the entire attention on the message that can be interpreted. The black and white not only acts as a time and mood change for the steam punk style and touching image, it also makes the traits clearer. and in my opinion the place were you did the best play in shadows was the umbrella. Good choice if its intentional.
I would love to share my side of philosophy and keep going. As Descartes said: always look for sources, but what you know for sure, share it to keep it alive.*Something along those lines* But I feel that I cannot go further. Philosophy is thinking in search of answers. It cannot be said, one needs to do is own path to understand it. Think, debate ,search and start again from square one until you reach your truth... This is the only advise I can give.
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