Saturday, September 06, 2008

Wet Dream?

What an experience! My lips first felt the tickling of the fuzz on the soft plump skin as my lips gently opened and my teeth tugged at the skin. Then biting into the moist flesh, I closed my eyes as my savory glands reacted with a start as the oh so tart sweetness exploded in my mouth. The juice dribbled down my chin and I had to quickly lean over to keep the liquid from dripping on my lap. Then more bites, sucking and slurping to try and catch every drop in my mouth, every succulent explosive amazing drop of juice and flesh. Oh, something like this truly only comes around every four or five years, the absolutely perfectly ripe peach! It gives a new meaning to wet dream!

After the peach this morning, (it truly was an oh-my-God-delicious peach), I got out my acrylics and did some quick paintings--three. A quick pot of flowers, a stem of star-gazer lilies and a crane. Here's my work. Unfortunately, not as full-filling as the fruit this morning! Should of painted a picture of the peach!

9 comments:

Peter said...

Quite stunning work Brenda: as far as I can see you're using acrylic paint on canvas?

I'm not sure how long you've been painting, but being rather a tech-guy myself (well, a tech guy who loves Operas and Russian literature ;-)
I'm often amazed looking at the work of creative people who manage to paint.

I recall (way back in the 80s), sitting in front of an empty canvas, realizing 'this was not going to work out the way I wanted' :-)

Looking forward seeing more of your work!

Peter, Belgium

Spin said...

Very nice paintings.
Oh you make that peach sound so good. My last two I bought went bad before they ripened.
Thanks for visiting my site.

gary rith said...

Wonderful artwork! There are FIVE herons and or egrets hanging around in the river behind our house right now! They are so shy, it is hard to geth their picture.

Mama Zen said...

Wow! I love the paintings!

PEACE said...

Thanks Peter and all,
No, I haven't been painting long, never took art, need to, so I can learn perspective and shading and shadows and all that theory, but a few years ago became an insomniac and decided painting was a way not to waste the time since I was up and awake anyway. I did watercolors then probably over 100, I call them my insomniac paintings. Kept me sane.
Well, so I would like to think! :)

Fortune Cookies said...

beautiful! absolutely beautiful! Wow, you have the skill of a trained artist! I would have thought you studied for years...your stargazer lillys are even more stunning than my real ones.

Mignon said...

"My lips first felt the tickling of the fuzz on the soft plump skin as my lips gently opened and my teeth tugged at the skin." Sorry, had to read this about five times, before I could get my mind out of the gutter... (where yours was?)
;)

Rachel said...

How absolutely beautiful.

V-Grrrl said...

Yeah, I'm so entranced by the peach I can't comment on the lovely paintings...