Category Archives: plausibly divine fragments

Phyllis Davis

Her image lingers beyond any single part, as that modern day minor divinity the Sex Symbol, surrendering herself on screen as you feel she would in life, tender, soft, sweet, willing, but somehow essentially melancholic, fallen from innocence, not knowing, … Continue reading

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NEWS

Bitter seedat the coregerminatesonce more

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Beyond Always

GhostsOn commencement dayOf important yesterdayMeetingAs she who does notBelong to this worldBut to the worldBeyond always

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Virgin of the Annunciation

STARNINA, Gherardo di Jacopo c. 1410 Tempera on poplar panel, gold ground, 50 x 40 cm Musée du Petit Palais, Avignon

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Ring

  Behold the ring of dancing beauties circling while They sing with amorous forms in moving melody — The Fall of Erech

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Babe of the Apocalypse

Jayci Cumberledge, 23, of Amherst, Ohio Photo: Da’Shaunae Marisa for The New York Times She has since made some money by selling pictures of her feet to people with fetishes who found her online after she put a joking post … Continue reading

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Figure of a Female in Oak

from Ballachulish, 725 – 500 BC National Museums Scotland

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Flora

John William Waterhouse, R.A. (1849-1917) black chalk on buff paper Christie’s

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Leaves

Is it such a light matter to find tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones and good in everything? — James A. B. Scherer, The Romance of Japan

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The Ghost in the Puddle

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