Lovers In Eternal Kiss
Oil painting 24″x36″.
The original is sold. Prints of all sizes, including greeting cards, available here.
I got an email from a guy name David, that really loves this painting. David writes poems and he sent me one that goes so beautifully with my painting:
Anatomy of a Kiss
Like bobbing for apples
Lips bump and brush lips,
Mouths slightly open spilling the sound
welling up from passions touching
Fingers exploring, chests rising
drawing in short breaths deep and hard.
Her mouth is pomegranite and clementine
tart, tangy, and sweet
meeting his of smoke and peppermint.
The glass between prisoners disappears
and they’re within each other’s walls
Vulnerable and yet safe and yet dangerously
close to the kind of intimacy that can lead to
Broken hearts. Epiphany.
The tears of old souls fall in knowing embrace.
The preservation of what they already share
outweighs the risk of losing it over
indulgence in forbidden fruit,
Beautiful as her garden and his seed may be.