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Klimt’s Women

Klimt’s women

Elongated, sinuous forms, golden leafs

Pressed between quivering lips

Caressed by the fugue of your fingertips

Kissed by the intangible touch

Of eyes filled with insatiable desire

Thousands of eager sirens can’t

Quench the thirst of your parched needs

Their elusive, tempting, slippery bodies

Glide silently into all of your dreams

As waves of emotion moisten

Only for a brief, fugitive moment

The inconsolable loneliness you feel

Claudia Moscovici, The Painful Poignancy of Desire (2007) Continue reading

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