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Rodin's Kiss
by Susan K. de Vegter
Thursday, April 27, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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When we visit The Lovre and see Rodin's famous Kiss...ever think about the models who were immortalized by this great artist? I did and this is the rest of that story.

This spirit entered hearts in unspoken circumstance
The nudge of nothing whispered deep its time to take this dance
The lips of pink, a rosy flush...the dew that sparkled eyes
Unbridled charm...a jesters wit...passions undisguised
Words that speak of promised eons...verbage ever bolder
Lightening waltzing flesh to flesh...dressing down the shoulders
Lips of moisture opened slight to carry whispered plans
A tongue to lick the dewdrops oath for which she stands
"Come here to me...closer still," as shadows dance with light
Tongues reach out to lick each word...provocative stormy night
This woman and her mighty man...this kiss that beckons more
The moans that slice a piece of her...his tongue that bites the core
This fuzzy thirst of opened wounds healing with loves glue
Her stare to him...his eyes of brown...and hers of baby blue
Spoken passions, whispered shut and dizzy lifts that zoom
Uplifted forms dance free of weight in the spinning of this room
The kiss that clings and tongues that weave in total ecstasy
Love takes hold...etches the red hot intimacy
Arms entwined and passions mouths take hold of lips
Breaths are shallow with each sigh and love takes kissing sips
Then sweeter gulps of first kiss blooms and souls let go of pains
When lovers kiss their beginning kiss and showers turn to rain
Then thunder takes a hold of loins and heat keeps rising still
The kiss becomes the pleasures of souls that burn with chills
Their greeting welds together hearts...from kiss to burning skin
Molded forms, erotic play...a statue by Rodin
The figures of lovers steeped in passions locked embrace
The fever of these two who wear loves smile upon their face
This kiss, the whispered wet and wild...beginning of a chance
The arms that seal each moment there in fates enveloped dance

© 2006 Susan K. de Vegter


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Reviewed by Gordon Rosenberg (Reader) 4/28/2006
to view and feel the essence of this Rodin is special indeed. thank you
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/28/2006
The essence of Rodin's greatness is in his simplicity. A kiss is just a kiss...

Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez 4/28/2006
this is better than perfect because this is the way the passion unfolds so much happening at once when two hearts are united in the act ! absolutely awesome!
Reviewed by Aberjhani 4/28/2006
Exquisite art begets exquisite art in this soulful meditation on Rodin's masterwork. Your poem flows out of the image of the sculpture like an exhalation of celestial sighs, or the sudden rise of sunlight wings. Beautiful work.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/28/2006
You captured every sense of emotion and feeling here...very well done!! Yip ditto Eileen..hmmmmmmmmmm!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/27/2006
Wow! You captured the heart,soul,emotions and every other thing connected with a kiss! Suprb work Susan, beautifully sensual with a touch of erotica, enough to titillate all the senses!;) A keeper!

Reviewed by ROCK-Salt! Proctor 4/27/2006
You really know how to kill a guy. That was by far and far again the most awsome portrayal ,if you will, of the spectrum of emotion and and the epitamy of the heights to which the physical aspect of love can attain, or reach, when love not lust leads the way and thus the lust is ever more rewarging and satisfying, for it's very definition has changed.For: the body and soul made,love.--------This, "neophyte",( you member goin to your chair?) simplistic hacker was taken aback by the talent,the mastery, required to create such an awesome piece.--Engrossing, alive, touchable, veritable, word video,with captions. WELL DONE!! Art
Reviewed by A PAX 4/27/2006
Oh such great form and I like the fact that you gave these objects..............a soul

Their greeting welds together hearts...from kiss to burning skin
Molded forms, erotic play...a statue by Rodin
The figures of lovers steeped in passions locked embrace
The fever of these two who wear loves smile upon their face
This kiss, the whispered wet and wild...beginning of a chance
The arms that seal each moment there in fates enveloped dance

this is a keeper!
pax A

Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/27/2006
It is wonderful to see how Rodin's creation inspired yours, Susan. Thank you for sharing your gift. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Felix Perry 4/27/2006
Wow...this is pure passion stolen from the work of art and captured forever in this write. Well done my sweet friend, well done.
Reviewed by F William Broome 4/27/2006
Susan - Since you've used up all the words I could use, I will say this; Applause, Applause, and, again, More applause! ! !
- Bill
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 4/27/2006

You bring the models vividly, joyfully, P A S S I O N A T E L Y alive. Wonderful!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Peter Paton 4/27/2006
You spin a torrid and intense depiction of Rodin's famous sculpture, woven with words of passion and romantic intent
Such marvellous works of art have stood the test of time, and captivated generation after generation, with their absolute beauty and symmetry..
Tremendous write that lights up the Den tonight !
Love,Peace and Harmony
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 4/27/2006
Hell of a passionate write, dere, Susan. Spiced up the Den this afternoon, that is for sure. I hope you weren't alone as you were writing this, I mean they say write about what you know and I imagine it took some lengtly research, don't you know? Very good.

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