Invasion of Privacy


Silhouettes fascinated him. “Only in a silhouette one can see the dark side of a person, keeping illuminated side intact,” he thought.

Can you judge a person from his silhouette?” he wondered looking at the shadow on shut window pane.

You should stop staring at other people like this, you know,” his wife remarked, “this is peeping, an invasion of privacy, bordering on perversion.”

Word count : 65

Photo Credit : Sammi

This post is written as part of Weekend Writing Prompt “Silhouette”, by Rochelle Wisoff Fields. More posts on the prompt may be found here. 

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