Love it-- and the image.
Rodin was a marvelous sculptor, wasn't he. I hadn't seen this one though. The title is interesting, I think.
Love the emotion you've conveyed with the spare use of words... I love Rodin too, what a master.
Beautifully stated! I so admire the ability to convey such feeling with so few words!
Lovely, well expressed haiku.Mad Kane
This is a departure from Maisie - a beautiful, un-apologetic sensual departure..as the others say wonderful image..wonderful words..Jae
Wow - talk about shifting gears from your Maisie story. But shift you did - and it was done with panache! Loved the 'ku!
I didn't think you were a haiku person, but you jolly well are!Well done. We always liked Rodin,didn't we.
That's such a powerful piece! I like it!!!
Amorous words :)
Of course the genius of that image (and this gets applied to your writing) is that the fire isn't all consuming....there is vulnerability of the one arm behind his back. He isn't fully in control or fully powerful. There is a sexiness to that detail.
What Wendy said.LOLI love it.
Beautiful image. I love your economy or words.Kate
Simple and true.
I loved how you piece was wonderfully sparing in words, yet contained all of that sculpture within it. Marvelously done!
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