Keep your chin up! Go Running with the Wolves…

After a hiatus from the blog and several other things, to make it through my first semester at university, I thought it would be timely to tackle ways to keep your chin up as we head into another snap lock down. Maybe everyone around you wants to discuss the sorry state of the world’s health,Continue reading “Keep your chin up! Go Running with the Wolves…”

In a Gentle Way Shake the World

Originally posted on Ripple Poetry :
June Perkins © “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” –Mahatma Gandhi I matched this quote and image, because the gentle art of henna, can be a way for people to spend time together to build friendship and community. We had a henna workshop recently, which uplifted all…

Henna for Well Being

I have noticed Henna  (also known as mehndi) a reddish brown dye made from leaves and used to colour the hair and decorate the body, on the hands of women in art depicting Hinduism and on women from India and always wondered how it was done. Henna is traditionally used for special occasions like weddingsContinue reading “Henna for Well Being”

Art Class

I have been delighted to have some work published at Australian Children’s Poetry blog.   Art Class For Vincent’s  ‘The  Starry,  Starry Night’   Outlines crash into swirls Miss Del Amico asks, what do you see? Is that a sky of blue curls? Outlines crash into swirls Time to dive for some pearls Will IContinue reading “Art Class”