Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
I just happened to be browsing blogs and saw your new post pop up. Such intense words Gemma, but then the more I read you, the more I see you are an intense woman. Beautiful words and great paintbrushes. They remind me of Frida's brushes. Take care.
I came in to tell you I love the image. Those brushes are gorgeous.Then I read glorv1's comment, and I am back in a discussion that started two weeks ago when my best friend told me I am intense. That was not a happy word for me, because the women in my family are known to be "intense" and it's not a positive description. :)Anyway, I did have a good talk with my friend about what she meant, and she said she meant Passionate and Focused. Now that I can live with.
I described myself as intense and anal to my pastor once. He chose to reclassify it as fiery and passionate. There you go. No tears, Gemma. I love your work. Of course, you can shed them for my output. That is enough to make one cry for sure! LOL
Hmmmm....Enigmatic, yet somehow, very meaningful.
I think Haiku is such a intense form of poetry!Your struggle comes through!Hoping you have found the rainbow beyond!