Mother and Child

Gustav Klimt “Mother and Child”

If one feels the need of something grand,
something infinite,
something that makes one feel aware of God,
one need not go far to find it.
I think that I see something deeper,
more infinite, more eternal than the ocean
in the expression of the eyes of a little baby
when it wakes in the morning and coos or laughs
because it sees the sun shining on its cradle.

Vincent Van Gogh


The Kiss


Gustav KlimtĀ  “The Kiss”

Just Because

I walked up the door,
shut the stairs,
said my shoes,
took off my prayers,
turned off my bed,
got into the light,
all because
you kissed me goodnight.

Natalie Dorsch

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