Tag Archives: S/he

2014 May 29: No title

  I found myself lost. Unable to find home. A warm safe place that lived in the depths of her gaze with walls that echo her unforgettable scent. It haunts me, her scent. It seems she left it behind just … Continue reading

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2013 Feb. 12: Mo(u)rning in the morning

by Charmain Carrol To pay my last respect to my partner should s/he passes on? Would I be allowed to honour her life the way that any women would to her husband. Yes we are not married, love is not … Continue reading

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