Shrinking Women
Performance Art / Poetry

Shrinking Women

“Women in my family have been shrinking for decades,” states Lily Myers. But this is not a declaration of defeat; it is one of defiance. Shrinking Women is provoking, revealing, and altogether beautiful in many ways. After all, all women were born to build. Happy International Woman’s Day!   Shrinking Women Across from me at the kitchen … Continue reading

If love leaves, ask her to leave the door open behind her
Poetry / Words

If love leaves, ask her to leave the door open behind her

To complete this series of poetry inspired posts is a poem by Sarah Kay. Sarah’s poems are quite refreshing. Here is Sarah Kay and Phil Kaye‘s ‘When Love Arrives’. Do enjoy. When Love Arrives I knew exactly what love looked like- in seventh grade. Even though I hadn’t met love yet, if love had wandered into my homeroom I would’ve … Continue reading

Images / Poetry / Words

Secrets from Ourselves

I’ve always admired people who could keep secrets. Every Sunday, for over six years now, I have been visiting Postsecret . It is soon becoming a personal tradition. I used to have the Postsecret: Confessions on Life, Death and God. Is surprising to discover what other people consider to keep as secrets. Over the years I’ve come across … Continue reading