A Collection About Self Image: Mirrors, Best Kept Secret, I Wanted To Be White
Many women have at one time or another had to look themselves in the mirror and put into words what they see. Some of these visions are strong and positive experiences of acceptance of what they see and who they are. Other times the reflection is not what they want to see and it may not even be an honest representation of who and what they stand for, but nonetheless they are all self-image realizations that should be addressed and shared with others so that they are not the only person seeing their strength. Exposing your what you see is a strength that women should own having.
About Self Image
- Mirrors I made a simple request of my momma, “Take all of the mirrors in our house down.” She looked at me like I had lost my mind. Just take them down. What is in a reflection? It’s not just a face. It’s the face of a woman that I am not ready to confront yet. So to look and to see and to see and to look To know that behind the eyes lives a woman That I don’t know my momma would be proud of. And the thought of seeing that Of the possibility that she might see that See what I see, I couldn’t do it. I couldn’t look anymore. What do you see? Come on look at me and answer the question. What do you see when you look at me? Do you see the father that left me when I was seven because he hated my momma? Do you see that even though I loved him Then hated him, she was all I had and I love her For Loving, me.