Lies, Truth, and No Video Tape

I can usually see it from across the room. A photograph that is unlike others. It shouts its mannerism. Seemingly straightforward, it jumps right at you, but the more time you spend with it, the less it tells you. Why have these images become the norm? Why can’t people settle down and let their truth come out? Truth in this aspect is quiet, telling, and wants you to know more. It may show you something new, something different every time you look at it.

Don’t fake it. Don’t try to impress. Be your truth. Sometimes it isn’t fun. Truth is not meant to be. Be honest. Show yourself.


Published by Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.

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