From an exhibit at the Guggenheim of art displayed at a Rosicrucian Salon in Paris in the 1890’s.
There was a persistent complementary theme of the Femme Fatale, whom we all know, and the Femme Fragile, the innocent woman, fragile and sensitive, living in harmonious accord with nature, and capable of redeeming men, just as her counterpart can destroy men.
(Hooley is a wild Irish party)
The Bella Freud jumper says Ginsberg is God on the front and costs 295GBP. The Betsey Johnson purse can be bought for $45.97 at Nordstrom Rack.
Tiresias was drawn into an argument between Hera and her husband Zeus, on the theme of who has more pleasure in sex: the man, as Hera claimed; or, as Zeus claimed, the woman, as Tiresias had experienced both. Tiresias replied, “Of ten parts a man enjoys one only.” Hera instantly struck him blind for his impiety.
Photoville -Love in Chains
At Yale, when I was a pagan, I wrote:
Between the jaws of life and death
The human morsel hovers,
And time grows shorter with each breath,
And more confused with lovers.
I don’t usually take, or post, this kind of posed shot. But there are no absolute rules.
The ‘situation’ was buying some graphic novels in French.
I had to work to get an emotional rapport, an emotional presence, into the shot, which required working under pressure as my daughter reminded me there were other people waiting in line behind me.
The title literally means a female galley slave.