Shrinking Women

I walk, Down alleyways and passages, Corridors and lanes, And roads, As if I am one person too much, Occupying more space than I exist in. So I make myself small, Pull my hands in And hold them folded, Against my body. I stick to the straight line, That becomes fine while I walk. And … Continue reading Shrinking Women


The Interview

Tell us something about yourself. Suffice it to say I am a woman? So, what do you feel? I feel a lot of things: angst,  anxiety, paranoia, joy, ecstasy, happiness, delusion and fear, but never too safe. You don't feel safe? Yes. And no, this isn't a country thing. I mean I tried everything, dressing … Continue reading The Interview