So... it has been months in the making, but I can finally share the cover of my first poetry collection. Originally due in May, but life happened and 2019 turned out to be a profoundly difficult and heartbreaking year for me. But, as the saying goes—better late than never! ‘Stripped’ is a collection of poems... Continue Reading →
before you know hope, you must know darkness. — what will you do with this gift? © Liezel Graham 2019. Photography by Annie Spratt.
today i saw a woman . in an orange jumper and a red floral skirt . creased . from all the living she had already done by noon . brown hair unbrushed . rebelliously wild . and when she smiled at me the soft skin around her eyes showed me how much she loves to... Continue Reading →
i would like to say that i look for beauty everywhere i go. that i see it in the rebellious pout of an old woman’s lips, a slash of red life owes her nothing. has taken much given more she knows this truth that it will all end at some point. it will come to... Continue Reading →
how to heal a broken heart? you must love again something someone get up dry your eyes dust yourself off loss, is just a season’s weight not a calling until death you were not born to exist on crumbs now go! someone out there is searching for you. — it’s ok, you can let go... Continue Reading →