Crow/Woman and Mudgirl

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PublishAmerica, Jan 23, 2006 - Poetry - 62 pages
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CrowWoman and MudGirl is a spinnerette of dreams, a webbing of crystal nuances wound around female movements through the world, from the innocent edge of childhood smiles and sorrows to the eclectic, convoluted formations flesh and spirit take on in adolescence. It is the rich, trilling song of women with wings and the dark lament of the uncertain dance taken through the night of a neon world encapsulated in cocoons to be torn yet disinclined to shred the dangerous silks. This body of work is my skin, my wine, my mud, my wings embedded in the curve of each word to form a dream that is best tasted with spirit and fingertips gently following the flow of lines. This is my myth life woven through modern day and old world beauties and horrors to form a cohesive tapestry of the most exquisite threads of thrilling joys and uncertain sorrows best eaten with a draught of spirit musings.

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