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This morning I woke up, looked across the room at my clothes hamper, and felt the need to nest.  I gathered the cloth from the basket and created a space in which I could lay.   150 more words


(Art poem) Placenta Encapsulation by Paula Lietz

lying within earth’s immortal womb

moist muscle pulsating

I laboured to be smaller

she implored me to be mightier 271 more words


Untitled (gluten free with chocolate piping)

Kim Dingle, Untitled (gluten free with chocolate piping), 72 x 72 in, Oil on Vellum

Kim Dingle

Untitled (measures)

Kim Dingle, Untitled (measures), 60 x 48 in, Oil on Canvas

Kim Dingle

Sixteenth-Century Feminist: Lavinia Fontana

 On the 24th of August 1552, Italian painter Lavinia Fontana was born in Bologna. She is considered the first ever woman artist to work within the same sphere as her male counterparts, independently and outside a royal court or convent. 808 more words