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Wearing a silk dress the color of pomegranates and her hair loosely gathered and ringed with a nimbus of starry wildflowers, K, tall, slender, walked unshod in the heavy fog amid dewy grass.

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  1. A lovely, succulent representation of how important it is to look below the surface of awareness.

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    • Below the surface, into the realm of Hades…

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  2. Very nice photo of the pomegrante.. Lovely words..

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    • Thank you, Yvonne.

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    • Thank you, Uzo. I appreciate the award. Reading your blog is a pleasure.

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      • You’re welcome, my very good friend 😀

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  4. A sensual experience.

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    • No wonder so many over the millennia have been attracted to this fruit.

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  5. Annotations:

    “The Color of pomegranates” is the name of a film by Armenian director Sergei Parajanov.

    The pomegranate fruit also figures prominently in the Persephone myth.

    The name “K” refers to Kore, the Queen of the Underworld from the same myth.

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    • addendum:

      Naturally, the professors of literature and the film historians among you will already know this…

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  6. Oh I really like this image. The intimate look and angle are perfect to see inside something so ordinary, and now so extraordinary. Always bringing intrigue to the table ~ love it. Mary

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    • Extraordinary, yes…and to think that this is what they make Shirley Temples with!

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  7. gorgeous image. I dont know when I last ate a pomegranate but i want one now

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    • They are actually very good for you too (just another reason to head to the grocery store!)

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  8. “Naturally, the professors of literature and the film historians among you will already know this…”

    yes, they may know this, but they couldn’t know how deep and silky that red might be, how that tearing open of the fruit is also a tearing of the heart… all this… they only learn it from your photograph…

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