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2011/06/08

this ~ and that ~ the fi(n)g(u)res of your p ~ a~ l ` m














 fi(n)g(u)res   of  your   speech ~ body                                           p  ~ a~    l   `     m




la sagesse ne vient pas à la beauté
______________ this that an th'other thing    ~  ....  life goes on     (as it goes it does like clothes)  (and the infinite valiant calvacade of bodies bodies bodies infinite .... I am becoming aware of an infinity of forms' I wrote to JIm that poet in New York city  1975     ~ whatever happend to him? ) 




                yours   theirs as in the non-possessive

(aware of a possible truth as each one is possible  ) (and noncompossible)                                                                                                                                                                       ______________We learn by contrast and comparison the contrast one might say of the external body and

comparison of the internal body ~ Thus our hearts grow and
we reach the edge of love ~
 a s  in 


Reubens
the Union of Earth and Water
c. 1618 (160 Kb); Oil on canvas, 222.5 x 180.5 cm (87 1/2 x 71 in); Hermitage, St. Petersburg

Look at her shoulders ...
The gaze gratified
the over flowing jug The sea satyr's desire looming in the look we do not see ~...  
                                                                                                                              your beauty is assured  ~


(her masculine female shoulders)















 her buttocks were painted blue 


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vo·lup·tu·ous

  


[vuh-luhp-choo-uhs]  Show IPA
–adjective
1.
full of, characterized by, or ministering to indulgence inluxury, pleasure, and sensuous enjoyment: a voluptuous life.
2.
derived from gratification of the senses: voluptuous pleasure.
3.
directed toward or concerned with sensuous enjoyment orsensual pleasure: voluptuous desires.
4.
sensuously pleasing or delightful: voluptuous beauty.