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"They say the face is the richest source of
information about human behavior."
It speaks the soul before the lips verbalize.
It speaks when words hang maimed,
by the ruthlessness of a particular emotion.
Muscles contract , relax
betraying the inner most guarded secrets of the soul.
We look closely into each otherís faces
to decipher, to decode,
creating along the way a matrix
on which we base our assumptions of each other.


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The following comments are for "the matirx of assumptions"
by abi

Wow, Abi, this is quite brilliant. I felt so relieved when I read thi. It almost seems like it's something we have always felt and no one said. Thanks for this awesome read!! Really is brilliant. I can't stop reading it. This is one of your best!!

( Posted by: Serendipity [Member] On: December 4, 2005 )

abi/ What we perceive
abi- 'Eyes are windows,' it is said..

Entertaining read,

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: December 4, 2005 )

brilliant soukieh
mona , can't thank you enough as usual , you have always been my greatest supporter.
this piece was actually written as the narration , for the first scene in a short film i am currently writting i didn't know under which category to put it here because it sounds more like an opinion , a rambling i don't know but it's what my whole film is based upon. i hope i get it finished soon i might be able to pull this time.
bobby thanks for reading.

( Posted by: abi [Member] On: December 9, 2005 )

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