Monday, June 5, 2017

from the women I've known: Holiness.

"There are emotions a grown child has about their mother in those conditions of failing health, and mental capacity you cannot find words to carry, and convey to others with accuracy what is the dynamic between adult child and momma. What you can do is remember, keep her voice inside of you, and touch the core of the two of you in silence, as she inhales and releases each breath." - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories [June 01, 2017]

Thoughtfully, Mondyne Rogier looked up into the eyes not looking into her eyes, but wanting her body and spoke softly about who she is to herself.  As I was told by beautiful women, this a challenge for beautiful women: being seen. - Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories 6.1.17

Pregnant Black mother captured as the three aspects in her natural form. . .

"Wonder of my punany", Gladys Padasas seems to say is her focus, and it is a focus,
and the divine power source. Punany is 'She' talking to the needs of want, and becoming...
- Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 6.1.17

Pregnant woman of the darker hue clothed in deep purple Roxy gown speaks to her womb,
as she nurtures the within, which is a better way of addressing Life given.
- Dawn Wolf, Keeper of Stories

"No, wilderness is not a luxury, but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread... " sounds like, on first read, a response to questions appalled at any protest against urban expansion of buildings into the wild free spaces throughout the country. The need for eliminating the rules and regulations that govern, punish and control white business men's impulses to destroy and taint everything everywhere has risen to a fever's pitch under little man, Trumps dictatorship. But, speaking about the land in this way does not resonate, nor cause these types of men to rethink their motives and restrain their actions because it is too close, and probably is the sentiment of women speaking thus.

Women, water and land. Three things white men historically have held in contempt. . .

Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

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