Don’t Judge Me
Words peck, like sharp beaks, through my thin skin. I feel each jab, each poke, all the while, pretending not to. I put on a brave face and continue what I was doing, and eventually, the pecking stops, and turns … Continue reading
The holiday season: a time for pomegranates
Bursting with juicy goodness, jewel-like modules glisten and reflect light. Bursting with crimson juice, their sweetness is punctuated by the crunch of little white seeds inside each perfect pouch.
The Night Before – a small painting
The early morning light knocks gently. It appears in shades of gray, reluctantly and slowly defining forms and and bringing colour to objects in the room around me: a pair of friendly old blue jeans hang across a pile of … Continue reading
What Will We Do For The Holidays? – A discussion
I sit on the bed, watching him exercise on his squeaky, clunky metal machine. Hoping to avoid last-minute surprises, I ask the question, “What will we do for the holidays?”. The exercise equipment comes to a halt, as he ponders … Continue reading