The Pond At The Ponds

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Accept

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Accept the blessed invitation
The interval of expression
Possessed by insane desire
The nearly articulate now
The happy accord of face and spirit
The untasted delights of her body
Exposed to view every outline
Visible through the clinging
Tranquil tenderness that
Gathers depth and volume
As it nears fulfillment
A more wanton expression of
The fundamental act of love
An attitude full of plastic possibility
The rise and fall of her luscious breasts
Straining against the fabric of the universe

Like a sea creature removed from its element
By reason of its own reproachful loveliness

Trembling in abject confusion
At the bright impermanence
On the edge of compulsion
Blent with such base elements
Now more insistent more anxious
She could not uncoil the skeins
Of sensation flooding her body
The comprehensive dissipations
During which no inconsistency
Can exist

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PRECIPICE

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Straining Against The Fabric Of The Universe

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It’s Happening Again

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Two Ellis Girls

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Michelle Carter

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The Woman with the Pearl

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1868-70

Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot 

Oil on canvas, 70 x 55 cm
Musée du Louvre, Paris

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Babes of the Apocalypse:

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Hope Terhune and Rylee Meadows

Original Photo…Melissa Golden for The New York Times

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Wildness

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I was reminded of her wildness, her tendency to get inside things and break them open, and I felt fearful of her, not for the first time.

— Sally Rooney

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