Eyes

As I look into her eyes, Noticing the reflection of her soul, I fear the worst has yet to come, When our gaze will part, When our hands will lose touch. How fragile we are, How ephemeral our lives, When mother nature decides it all, When the violent rain and hurricane winds Let us know […]

Capturing The Souls Of The Incas

Caught between two tectonic plates That slide seamlessly under the feet of unsuspecting crowds, A constant threat of crumbling houses and broken hearts, A cracked mirror that exposes souls, a deep vision of a setting sun, Children are playing in an improvised yard of crushed stones and hardened mud. They dream of somewhere else. As I […]

Death In The Family – Falling Into The Abyss Of Love, Distress, And Freedom

Following my father’s death, in 2012, I felt no grief because I had thought about his passing away for years, analysing the feelings I would have and coping with them. Was it anticipatory grief, without the symptoms? Was it a sense of detachment from my parents? Was I challenging moral standards, where grieving death is the […]

The Art Of Censorship, And The Censorship Of Art

Censorship

MENU Film producers Jafar Panahi (Iran) and Wanuri Kahui (Kenya), A lady  “Blackface” who lost her heads (Réunion Island), A poem that got lost in the web, A painting that got lost in a gallery in Manchester, but found its way back. ….welcome to the world of art.   [beautifulquote align=”left” cite=””]Home, Sweet Home[/beautifulquote] Iranian film […]

POÉSIE: Le Feu Rouge/The Traffic Light

Version Française (Scroll down for English translation) Je vous regarde, Madame, assise sur votre vélo. Pourquoi êtes vous si pressée? Transpirez-vous de ce rendez-vous illicite? Je les connais les trompeuses, Elles laissent la marque du rouge sur le visage des hommes, Et portent en elles l’odeur de la trahison, Sous une eau ruisselante vous serez celle qui n’est […]