SURREALISM POETRY PROMPT: DALI THE SURREALIST, THE PROPHET

Today I’m taking a look at Salvador Dali’s “Faces of War,” for Tweetspeak Poetry. Here’s an excerpt:
The work depicts a head, free-floating in a post-apocalyptic desert. Wearing an expression eerily reminiscent of the figure in Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” the eyes and mouth contain other free floating heads, these more skeletonized than the first. Dali gives the illusion that the heads exist in infinity, the eyes and mouths of each successive head filled with others just like it. The shadows of the head point west….

For more on Dali’s piece, follow me over to Tweetspeak Poetry.

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