BEHIND THE MASK EXIBITION- my experience


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Daisy in the Willows

I suppose I, as a writer  can be ignorant and forget how empowering and therapeutic being able to write is and how  creative it  is. This is is something that every women should be able to access. I saw the results of the works of creativity in every face at ‘Behind the mask’ exhibition this today

The exhibition was led by a passionate presentation by the  highly charismatic Sharon Marsden from verd de gris

I spent most of my time in tears. All masks shed to  connect with British white and British Muslim  woman through the medium of   poetry, their personal words and singing.  Yes, what a strange bonding  power it is to want to join in and sing with strangers.

All connected by our desire to be unburdened, it released even me from my cage. Today, I flew high and found my voice intermingled amongst a collective …

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