The Garden

This morning I woke up dreaming of a garden. The scene unfolded calm and dreamlike. Shafts of milky sunlight illuminated flowers blowing in a light breeze, and intuitively, I knew it was the end of summer. I could feel and see the movement of every petal and blade of […]

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Silvana L’Amour

Samantha Martell, the beautiful and lively owner and editor of  the Downtown Denver News just forwarded a copy of this article she found about me during the days I was a shop keep in the Tennyson Street Art & Shopping District. Pretty heady stuff, I say. Silvana L’Amour Embraces […]

Aida Sehovic – Sto Te Nema

from Flux Factory 

“In Bosnian tradition, life stops and starts around coffee. The warm drink is shared among close family and friends inside the home at least once a day.”
Aida Sehovic stages her art, a work of awareness and remembrance  in Burlington, VT –
It is called ‘Sto Te Nema’ – […]

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Bosnia Long Ago

 {I saw this initially at Old Postcards BiH and then found it again on YouTube}

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Food Communion at expat+Harem

My guest post featured today at the  expat+HAREM website. My heartfelt thank you to Anastasia Ashman for giving me the space and time to explore my thoughts and share them with an audience that I both relate to and admire. 

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From Where?

A door handleto open,  the patiently waiting dzezva behind glass.How often it bekonsthe reflection,mother’s cheek & father’sbone,eye in diffused lightor hair. Iron gatesclosed inor maybe safe. Sometimes I notice,others not.Sometimes the blood callsothers.

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An Ideal Afternoon ‘pauza’

via starerazglednice BiH

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