Mount Angermanagement

© SelinaKV 2018 This is a drawing I've been wanting to do for a while. I prepared the hand part first then finally went to the foot of the mountain I used to enjoy walking up and started drawing. I'm not actually pleased with the result, but glad it's done and I can focus on... Continue Reading →

Snakeskin

  Once, as a child, an explorer, I saw a trace. Tucked between rows of stones in a stonewall lit by sunlight was a shiny near see-through snakeskin.   The fascinating fragile skin was equal to the thing, not a trace it was to me but as real as the snake it had contained.  ... Continue Reading →

The garden

  She was a blonde with a green eye and long legs, he was a hairy and dark eyed young Greek. When he went in the garden she followed. She followed and smiled when he saw her. He looked somewhat scared or suspicious but her hand on his hip made him tender and open, he... Continue Reading →

Now

As I open myself to living closer to the space where the horizon lies   I see my achievements lining up like trees along a path that leads into the distance behind me.   I am letting go. I am letting a tired letting go pervade me,   tired of people around me wearing the... Continue Reading →

Heartsex

Through heartsex, the body opening to another, I feel the sky open at the centre of my heart, through my body and out beyond it.

Food

  They say we need to eat to live. If they mean food for our bodies, relief from our hunger and a boost   of energy, then it's true. And if it's nourishment they mean, being with others, giving to people, doing what you love, acceptance, then that we live to eat is true.

What makes winter

  Unquestionably, those brown bare branches standing out on a clear blue sky. The chilly fresh air pinching when you go for a walk, even though it may be sunny. Appreciating the sunlight when it does grace a day, knowing it doesn't last much into the afternoon. Getting comfortable early with a book in bed... Continue Reading →

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