Cast Off Doll by Lyne ()
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I still simply can not even begin to comprehend,
How his devotion for me could come to an end.
I lay with no answers like a thrown away doll,
Unexpectedly unimportant, discarded to fall.
In my utter trust I was caught completely off guard,
Consequently, is it any wonder I fell so very hard?
After a whole life without being sincerely loved,
I'd felt he was special, an angel sent from above.
I went from great heights of adventure and joy,
To the darkest desolation, like that rejected toy.
I am afraid of being social, I fear being refused,
My anger flashes if I even THINK I'm being used,
You probably wonder why I continue to question,
So I would ask you give it a bit of consideration,
Being in love that intensely, bonding completely,
When that's ripped apart, cuts horribly deeply.
I aspire to be cheerful, but when no one is looking,
My sad feelings of confusion are quietly simmering.
I often shut down my emotions as a way to survive,
Though a person without feelings is not really alive.
Still working my way through...
I used Fabi's window..and normally I put more details in, but this seemed to me, just right, leaving it simple, with the floor reflection. I used Kiki to make the "doll". I use ALL of the Perfect V4 morphs! Pose is mine. (I was happy to find that I DO have Kiki and Posey, so I have another "cutie pie" to use in the future).
Zoom makes a big difference! :)
Poser 7 & Photoshop
Image Comments (27)
Such a powerful image and poem. The first two lines caught me immediately. Also the concept of a throw-away doll is so poignant, as is the scene. I agree the simplicity is perfect, and I especially like the reflection in the window as well as on the floor. The feelings in this work are a very fine and deep reflection. CC
Wonderful work of art. You've done a great job expressing the cast down emotion in this one. The doll is such a perfect element. I think we've all felt some level of being discarded like this and this captures that feeling so very well. hugs.