On-Stage

“We do not see people

as they are,

but as they appear to us.

And these appearances

are usually misleading.”

— Robert Greene

facial appearance

camouflaged intents and goals

masked play actor

*   *   *

Confounding Impression ~ Covered in scales and spines, iguanas are known as both pets and pests • Photo by Jan Logozzo • “On-Stage” haiku poem by Mary O’Connor

© 2022

Enjoy new book filled with images of sensory delight

“Passing Shadows” ~ New book by Mary O’Connor, filled with surprising full-color photos, watercolor paintings and complementary words, delivering sensory feelings of delight. Available at local retail shops, as well as at the Florence Griswold Museum and Amazon.com.


4 thoughts on “On-Stage

  1. In the movie, “The Life of Pi,” the young man’s father explained to his son that the “connection” he thought he saw in the tiger was his own thinking reflected back at him. I believe, to some degree, we see what we want to see, but also in reaction to past experiences. I’m sure there’s more to it, but that’s in part.

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