Because their mother Marianne can't be tamed by motherhood, Lark must mother her sister. Because Robin is the captivating star, Lark is left in the shadows--the silent observer. Because Robin is wild, Lark is tame. The two sisters are forever linked--dual citizens in the world.
'If you juxtapose two images...no matter how different, the viewer will make meaning from the montage. The second image in the sequence will alter the meaning of the first... My sister next to me changed how I thought of myself.' (p. 260)
'the world found my sister as exceptional as I did, and myself as ordinary' (p. 83)
April on this blog...
published on this blog on April 12th
My Poetry Collection
a collection of poems that I wrote
Why are you so surprised?
(Just playing. I know why.)
published on this blog on April 5th
Have you noticed what a positive place the Internet has become?
Musicians and authors and photographers and...--we've all come
together to support each other with our talent.
I'm snug as a bug in a rug on my island home working on my latest projects. I'm dealing with the weight of worry by attempting to stay positive--going for walks with my dog, playing with my husband, reading entertaining books.
I'm currently reading Crow Winter by Karen McBride and I look forward to sharing my review, on this blog, in June.