Poetry Challenge: And then he/she kissed me
“The woman is especially depicted by turn as emotional joy bringer, temptress and child bearer. The bodies fused together as one emphasis their unity.
Klimt loves hands and uses them expressively in his paintings. Also his use of gold, entwined couples and …..”(read the rest of my post on echostains about this painting)
The challenge is to write a poem or Haiku about this painting using he/she/. It can be as short or as long as you like BUT it must be written for this particular challenge and linked to this challenge only. You may use the image as a link if you like, but the challenge must be linked to Bookstains.
That’s all there is to it. I will add your poem to this challenge page, plug your blog and give it a tweet. I will also update my echostains blog when a new poem arrives. Good luck with this one – it should be very interesting indeed!
Happy birthday Gustave Klimt (read my post about Klimt and his paintings on echostains)
Image from here
The first poem is a Haiku and comes from the darkly Gothic Wendy Woo who has a wonderfully mysterious blog – please look! http://wendydark.wordpress.com/
A kiss of dear death
Sweet black lips caressing
Withdrawing last breath
© Wendy Woo 2011
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