Mulheres que correm com os lobos - Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Clarissa Pinkola Estés :: Women Who Run With The Wolves :: 1992

Animation of the Inuit 'Skeleton Woman' story. The story about the darker side of love that must be overcome (learning of someone's 'Skeleton') for there to be a lasting relationship.  Clarissa Pinkola Estes tells it really beautifully in her book 'The Women Who Run With Wolves.'

Animation of the Inuit 'Skeleton Woman' story. The story about the darker side of love that must be overcome (learning of someone's 'Skeleton') for there to be a lasting relationship. Clarissa Pinkola Estes tells it really beautifully in her book 'The Women Who Run With Wolves.'

RESERVED, Skeleton Woman, Custom folktale painting, original oil on canvas, 8x10

RESERVED, Skeleton Woman, Custom folktale painting, original oil on canvas,

"Skeleton Woman saw the tear glisten in the firelight and she became suddenly soooo thirsty. She tinkled and clanked and crawled over to the sleeping man and put her mouth to his tear. The single tear was like a river and she drank and drank and drank until her many-years-long thirst was slaked." - Skeleton Woman, as told by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

"Skeleton Woman saw the tear glisten in the firelight and she became suddenly soooo thirsty. She tinkled and clanked and crawled over to the sleeping man and put her mouth to his tear. The single tear was like a river and she drank and drank and drank until her many-years-long thirst was slaked." - Skeleton Woman, as told by Clarissa Pinkola Estes

La Femme Squelette by Pole Ka, via Behance

La Femme Squelette by Pole Ka, via Behance

Skeleton woman

La Femme Squelette by Pole Ka, via Behance


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