soho beach house, miami beach, the best dress up

the beach was clearing and a delicious breeze enveloped the few that remained.  the evening sky was mimicking the stripes below and close to the shore a glass of wine caught my eye.  who would leave it behind, sitting on the sand, half empty?  this appeared to be so south beach and of the moment.  truth was lingering in my thoughts, and this glass of wine brought Ode on a Grecian Urn (John Keats) to mind.  this poem reminds that ‘beauty is truth, truth is beauty’ and its arguable interpretation.  truth in my thoughts.  ‘in vino veritas-in wine there is truth’.  was truth the message in the glass?  i will not know; the glass remained sitting on the sand close to shore.  an untold truth awaits to be told. and this may be the message in that glass.  a luvFIND on the beach, just like the ‘grecian urn’, is left to interpretation.  interpreting truth.  interpretation is for thebestdressup now!

soho beach house, miami beach, the best dress up

About thebestdressup

ciao! thebestdressup is about being the best now in anything/everything and anywhere/everywhere. can this be possible? i will give it a heart and put my heart into it.
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4 Responses to interpretation

  1. Thats one of my favorite poems, the words so rich and voluptuous. Warm weather is on the way, the beach chairs make me happy.

    • ciao! voluptuous it is…i have been fascinated with this poem as well and often think about the grecian urn and how to interpret it. in miami, the weather has been warm for a bit, but sunday was over casted with cool breezes…my kind of beach day 🙂

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