Empathy Warrioress, with her hair all a-mess, and dirt-stains on her dress.
“The way to right a wrong is to turn the light of truth upon them.” –Ida B. Wells 1862-1932 Investigative Journalist. Writer. Newspaper Editor. Suffragist. Sociologist. Feminist. Civil Rights Leader/Activist. Teacher. Public Speaker. A Founding Member of the NAACP. Mother.
Ever had a daydream and one day you found yourself right smack in the middle of it experiencing it?
I looked into my teacup and saw Wicked's Elphaba's green gaze staring back at me. I went with my gut and slowly sipped...
Guest Author This Week! Down. is a personal poetic prose by a Wizened Woman & Poetess named V. Thank you for sharing your daring work of art with us for our Vulnerability Vault series.
Another poetic memoir from my Vulnerablity Vault of "things to scared to share" written in late Spring of 2012 in the height of a budding summer romance.
I woke up and just knew. Just a few nights before, with my beloved at my side, both looking up into the sky, I said from deep inside, "if it is so, then show up in a shooting star." It did. Just then. Right there. I swear. The words had barely left me. I wished for … Continue reading Ms. Carriage
We like to think, or want to believe that our way of love is right. Right? When I’m really honest with myself, I certainly do.
We all want to believe we are doing right by Love—our very own version of it, that is. From the overpowering divide and conquerers to the egalitarian peacemakers. From the selfish to the selfless. From the narcissists to the empaths. From the givers to the receivers (who see each other as "the overbearing" and "the takers.") … Continue reading Love. The Capitalized Kind:Part 2
It’s all been Love. The capitalized kind. The learning kind. The honest, "I don't know how to do this" kind.