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Radical Photography


I love the times when you catch me photographing you.

We go on long walks, adventurous hikes in the woods.

I pull out the Galaxy 6 and start snapping pics.

The next thing I know the camera finds you in a pose.

All of a sudden I see you stop and eat a fig,

With immense satisfaction and that perfect girl face.

That’s the moment I know I must swing the lens toward you.

To capture that sweet and delicate second in space.

I love you let me take snapshots without objection.

You flirt with me when I’m so obviously busted.

I love your repertoire of outrageously silly expressions.

We can be ourselves and unafraid to be trusted.

I love when everything seems perfectly natural.

I love that everything about love is radical.


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About the Author:

Dean Walker is a freelance writer of articles, essays, short-stories, and poems. In one way or another, he has worked as an environmental and human rights activist. Dean is the publisher of Expats Post.
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