Black as the deepest sea

Portraiture, Black & White, Dedicated to Agnès Weber
my beloved friend and inspiring photographer.

“…The smell of it is heavy. It is charged with life
On my fingers the smell of her deep black hair
Full of all my whispered words, her black hair
And wet with tears and good-byes, her hair of deepest black
All my tears cried against her milk-white throat
Hidden behind the curtain of her beautiful black hair
As deep as ink and black, black as the deepest sea
The smell of her black hair upon my pillow
Where her head and all its black hair did rest
Today she took a train to the West
Today she took a train to the West
Today she took a train to the West…”
_Nick Cave (Black hair, excerpt)_

Image info:
“Black as the deepest sea”
Italy, Jan. 2012
© Massimo S. Volonté

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