The Wooden Box by Aaron Schwartz
The Wooden Box
In the next room
On a blanket
On the floor
Into a wooden box
Founder of aamora, Aaron Schwartz, is a photographer, actor, lawyer, writer, and flaneur based in Toronto. View Aaron’s work at his website, on JPG Magazine, or more on aamora.
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Evocative, thoughtful, lovely
Fantàstica . . . !!!
Sigues més blanca que el blanc,
més dolça que la dolcesa,
tota nua en el teu flanc
i en la meva timidesa.
Sigues la pura impuresa.
by Josep Palau i Fabre
25de gener del 1943
Just a great emotional piece full of anticipation and longing. I love that you never explicitly show us what it contains!
what a gentle and tender piece of writing. the photo has a magic quality to it, there’s anticipation and expectation. ive always thought that the function of an expectation is to appeal to its basic unfulfillment. these images capture the illusive nature of spirit beautifully.
That was fun, Aaron! You captured it beautifully in image and words.
I have the conviction that if only you had written the poetry, we all would have imagined this wooden box.
Enchanting view of the wooden box. The many secrets she must hold for her and her alone.
wonderful, inspiring, mysterious and magical
Everything about this stimulates the poetic imagination of the viewer. Beautifully done.
well done aaron !!
The poetry, the images, the colors, the softness..all beautiful!
Such profound words & images, once again you have revealed the enormity of your secret heart….thank-you Mister A.
your photos and words caused me to catch my breath…
Your words are like jewels. Your pictures are worth a thousand words. And I’m thinking maybe there’s a thousand or so jewels in that box? (Actual jewels, that is). Or at least a few dozen?
So romantic. You have a soul of a poet and the eyes of a seer.
Great one, Sirji
Truly poetic in every possible sense of the meaning; beautifully composed words and images. Positively brilliant!
Poetry, as I would have expected from you Aaron, and beautiful, mysterious images making us want to see and hear more.
Beautiful tones and I love the peek through at the ‘box’ in the 2nd image.
Bravo Mr Schwartz.
A wonderful glimpse into how you see your world.
To be seen
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