The Spring we all went IN

Like a Big Mama,huge breasts hanging down,round belly from having birthedyet so many children;like a Wise Grandmother,sparkly lively eyes buried behindlong forgotten wrinkles,strong hands that have woventhe tapestry of time,tired shoulders from having carriedthe worries of humanity on herself;like a Timid Maiden,energetic body ready to spring forward,but stil fearful to fully stepinto her own powerdueContinue reading “The Spring we all went IN”

About Vulnerability, and new beginnings…

FOREWORD: Six months ago, in July 2019, I wrote this blog post on the bright red, coarse pages of my then-journal. I was at the LAX airport, on my way to visit a friend in San Francisco. My flight had been delayed by two hours and I was struggling to find a way to spendContinue reading “About Vulnerability, and new beginnings…”