“The prettiest dresses are worn to be taken off.”
~ Jean Cocteau ~
Digitally enhanced image created from an original photo of an actual page of Jean Cocteau’s Carnet Erotic, (page eleven), taken in Paris in June 2019.
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“Breasts where hands gorge themselves with pleasure,
Heavy breasts, powerful, proud and teasing,
Rolling and swaying, and knowing they’ve beaten us,
With a sideways loving look at our subjection.”
~ Paul Verlaine ~
Digitally enhanced image created in April 2001.
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