“Do not mistake our places of creation for your labyrinths of ways to escape yourself”
“Forests’ strong intuition, coupled with her poetic dialogue is both unique and charming… She relates easily to others just as others will relate to Forest in her most recent book of poetry and prose – under the callous. It is beautifully written, raw, and deeply real. It will absolutely leave you open-hearted and wanting for more.” – Olivia Chelsea
Finger the fear out of me, I’m longing for your ease.
While there are parts of this experience that are raw and painful, looking back on what I garnered from that experience I feel proud of the work and honoured I got to see out some of my dreams. Nothing is without challenges if it comes with growth.
I think my overall resolution is to improve the way I see myself. To have the person I want to be, be the person I am. To always be questioning that and learning from myself. To trust my own answers and intuition.
I was self-conscious for so long about what people would think of someone who took so many photos of themselves. Am I a narcissist? Am I full of myself? Is there a reason for all of this? Is it really art? Does it need to be art?
Of how I hold you to be the person you were when you asked me to make that promise when I become the person who broke it.
I’ve always considered myself an artist, although have found it difficult to accept this as a label at conjectures in my life where I felt like to truly be an artist was more about the quality of art you were making than the act of making art… I found a passion in digital art that wasn’t present in more tangible forms for me… It also gave me the space in myself to be able to say with confidence that I am an artist.
The grief blooms as if it is spring. The pace set out so there is no moment of reprieve without …
A preview of my personal upcoming writing project. Stay tuned for more! // I am learning slowly to honour …