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from Somerset writes:
The man in the glass feels trapped; he feels invisible
to other people and he wants to escape.
from South Wales writes:
In reply to Missy's comment [see below], if the glass doesn't
exist, why does it have a reflection? Maybe you should consider the
fact that the person inside the glass is lacking a reflection.
from Pittsburgh, PA writes:
It seems to me that this person in the glass wants to
get out of something that doesn't really exist........trying to get
out of your own mind is how I see it. We see things that only exist
from South Carolina writes:
I see a metaphor for alcoholism, a little person trapped in
a drink glass, the reflection of the mirror being the clear,
objective consideration of the situation. Think about it.
If a person is an alcoholic, this is where he (or she) is:
trapped in that glass.
from Hawaii writes:
This picture immediately brings to mind one of my favorite
childhood stories, "Alice in Wonderland/Alice
Through the Looking Glass." It depicts to me, that the image
in the glass wants to be released. His reflection trying to
reach anyone who mirrors back, someone awaiting a taste of
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