Thursday, July 12, 2018

Touch, a touch.

Monica Bellucci, a study of gentleness to breasts, heart to soul, eye to details within. . .

This mystery I know: Some elements tells their own stories, some gentleness releases judgment from the marrow of the bones of indifference and some women's mere look into a matter changes the tone of grief, the mood from wanting to take, to needing to give. There is no easy way to describe what was meant to be felt. There are words, but words meant for creation cannot capture essence the way a look can create a force within... - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4/15/18

"Helen Mirren as a young woman! I would not have stood up and took notice to her then, the way her older years engraved beauty into womanhood continually startles me!' - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 4/15/18

"So that's what she looked like! I never was so struck by Helen Mirren until she became an older woman! It is the reversible, but maturity has a deepening!. . ." - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 

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