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The Wedding Dress

A frail and threadbare
memory draped in
satin, no longer
soft against her skin.

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A cobweb of the
past, fabricated.
Intricately laced
with tiny white beads. 30 more words

Poetry

Remembering my Summer in India

This photograph was taken by a friend I went trekking in India with. There was 19 of us in total, and  we spent 1 and a half weeks teaching in schools for deaf children, and the other week and a half exploring. 241 more words

Capecomorin

The Artsy - Traditional Art Round-Up

I really need to resume drawing in my sketchbook. It’s over a year old. X__X

Anyway….let’s start out with some super-old drawings from my notes from last school year as I was packing them away recently. 108 more words

Hanging On To Who We Once Were

Memories, nostalgia, and a time when everything was better than it is now. We tend to hang on to all that because we were once there, everything is familiar and safe. 697 more words

Art

The Good Life: 25 July 2016

Hello Good Lifers,

I’m looking through my upstairs window at a giant eucalypt silhouetted against a cold, bleak sky and I’m reminded of those charts against which a child’s growth is marked every so often. 1,578 more words

The Good Life

An ode to my memories

Aye, I call thee forth memories
to have you banished from sight
for all the pain and misery
you bring forth, with no right.

When  I shall slumber… 122 more words

POEMS

My First Food Memory: Chicken Feet

Well, it’s not really my first food memory, but it’s the memory that I go back to as the moment that defined my entire relationship with food. 1,871 more words

Pittsburgh