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the kiss

“the human race tends to remember the abuses to which it has been subjected rather than the endearments
what’s left of kisses?
wounds, however, leave scars”

― Bertolt Brecht

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never before, and then

her skin soft, his fingers searching

her lips open, wanting

they kissed

and

became

*my friend lucile from lucile de godoy | bridging lacunas has challenged me to join in the 5-day b&w photo challenge, where I must post a black and white photo each day for 5 days and nominate someone else to join the challenge, today i’d like to invite Albert (aka nty6x) from passionately curious, to join the challenge with us*

*sculpture, la roche en ardenne, for b&w 2:5*

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eclectic corner #2 decadence

*shot with nikon d700, edited in aperture 3 and silver efex pro 2*

19 thoughts on “the kiss

  1. I just love this quote – “the human race tends to remember the abuses to which it has been subjected rather than the endearments
    what’s left of kisses?
    wounds, however, leave scars”

    ― Bertolt Brecht

    It is so true, we do forget the good things. We have scars on our hearts, but they in my mind should be left to heal, rather than constantly picking at the scabs in the daily grind of “how did that happen”, “that makes me feel rotten” etc etc, we can use them as little signs of our existence, our colourful life which is what makes us to who we are in the here and the now and we can move on and enjoy ourselves, perhaps a little wiser….Thank you for joining the Eclectic Corner #2 Decadence – It is a wonderful photo and good luck with ALL your challenges, lol you are going to be busy over Christmas in so many ways xxx

  2. It’s a little wicked and a lot divine. Both the image and the words, which are a perfect convergence. I feel a bit sacrilegious, commenting on this obviously personal post… But then I couldn’t resist. Btw I very much love that you left the poem unsaid and ended with “become” without saying what.

  3. Pingback: B&W Challenge #1

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