Pygmalion and Galatea
by Thomas Banks (February 2021)
Pygmalion and Galatea, Jean Leon Gerome, 1890
The frigid stone began to warm,
As marble throat and thigh and arm
Grew slowly soft, took color, and
Became new flesh beneath his hand.
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