Gerry Gomez, “disposition,” “regret minimization framework,” & “casual attribution”

Photo by Gerry Gomez_For Disposition-Regret Minimization-Casual Attributions by Gerry Gomez

© Gerry Gomez

disposition

by Gerry Gomez

flanked by destructive impulses

refulgent eyes pierce insipidness

with analytic focus

       transforming existence

synchronized motion rivets flesh

intention altered

processes uncovered

       time annihilated

pleasure flow indicted

love denounced

infatuation shifts

       amnesia enfolds

disposition –


unknown

 

regret minimization framework

anarchistic struggles challenge

ordinary guilty truths

 

degenerate knowledge

augments the senses

 

open transgressions

painstakingly reviewed

 

sensibility eviscerated

perversions astound

 

random proclivities confessed

 

violence

vision

voice

the coming freedom

 

casual attributions

i figured you were talking about

me because you were talking about

 

the subject you were talking about

you weren’t talking about

 

anything

 

important about your life

you were talking about

 

that subject

you were talking about

 

the subject you were working on

you were working on

 

you were working on something

that had to do with

 

me

 

Bio

Gerry Gomez is a former contributor to Impact Visuals, a photojournalism cooperative committed to progressive political and social causes.  His photo work has been published in a number of newspapers and magazines including The Vietnam Investment Review, Vietnam Airlines Magazine, Birdlife International and Mature Outlook Magazine.  He is currently a portrait and documentary photographer living in Santa Barbara, California and taking writing courses at Santa Barbara City College.

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One comment

  1. Good stuff here Gerry, I really like it!

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