(Art Poem) Behold by Shiloh Sophia


Art by Shiloh Sophia

Walk to the edge of yourself
See a door you have never seen before.
Don’t knock.
Don’t ask if anyone is home.
Just behold: Access.
Then without further consideration,
Dive in.
Once inside ask:
Who lives in here?
If it is silent,
Enjoy the strange break from all the voices,
for once they may not know what to say.
If it is filled with suggestions and tirades
kindly ask again.
Who lives in here?
(This is sacred space.)
It isn’t about the answer of course.
This is about what happens in the act
of asking in earnest, about the real you.
Something not enough of us really do. Continue reading

(Poem) We Are by Maya Daniel

Maya Daniel

I don’t bother on the algorithms claiming
My face has good proportions or not
We know our past– and our future

I am not afraid anymore
I was burned as a witch many times
I am woman– my place is in the struggle

I bring with me tuft of fresh flowers
Sea shells, and kid’s playing pebbles
But never forget one — my weapon Continue reading

(Art/Poem) You Do Not Speak For Me by Shiloh Sophia

Grieving America

You Do Not Speak For Me (resized)If you do not speak for the earth
You do not speak for me.
If you do not care for the water
You do not care for me.
If you do not protect our skies
You do not protect me.
If you do not see our firey sun
You do not see our food is on fire.

If you do not preserve our lands
You are destroying our home. Continue reading

Meet Mago Volunteer Simply Sumaiyah

Mago Intro PicArtist. Author. Alchemist…

“She is patient and kind
Gentle and loving to a fault
Never a demand on her mind
Part of Herstory, not the occult…At the age of eight I began to hear
Whispers of Her —
My Feminine Wisdom began to stir
Divine knowledge beyond my years…Always drawn to the spiritual and mystic
In 2012 She revealed Herself to me
But upbringing and religion kept me skeptic
Not realizing my calling, what was meant to be…

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