Workshop 2 of so:write women…getting under the skin of POV, and of the things that, well, get under our skin
Life’s lessons are so alluring. They’re also complicated, and make you think. They make you think so hard that your head hurts. But, what if you wrote that on paper? Do you feel better? Lighter? If your answer is yes, then do read on, because this post is a testament to everything that writing is- powerful, stunning, therapeutic, creative, and liberating.
The Seminar room at the Southampton Central Library filtered the sun in, while we sprang our Saturday by reading works that the ladies had written over the month. Liz’s moving poem titled ‘I’m not that woman anymore’ gave us all goosebumps as she recited it from memory with incredible passion. The short yet beautiful pieces by Claire including one on something blue that she has and an object that’s close to her heart, Karen’s emotional ‘Theo’ about her grandson, Reem’s tragic-hilarious non-fiction piece set in the 1947 India- Pakistan landscape, Katie’s brilliant ‘Tap, tap’…
View original post 497 more words