Playing with Las Sirenas…La Sirena Roja
I’m not sure when “my thing” with mermaids began. I have no clue, at least not for this lifetime.
I’ve always liked the beach, if that has anything to do with anything.
I’ve always liked cocos helados on the beach. Maybe that had something to do with it, since some artistic depictions of mermaids show them wearing coconuts in place of a bra. WTF??? Whose brilliant idea was that asinine approach to false modesty?
If you click on this Sirenas Gallery, you’ll see a bunch of my Sirenas. Also, I’ve got a show coming up with lots of new Sirenas. They mingle with Madonnas in this show. The show is called De Norte a Sur, click here for more information.
The piece above is titled Sirena Roja. Here’s something I wrote for her:
Now free and stronger than ever, she came upon the shore and sang her song.
Her heart would now allow her to pursue whatever dreams she could conceive as well as
desire. She could have anything, or anyone that she now desired. Now she was both bold
Her sadness had been replaced by joy, and by knowing that she was once again strong.
Thanks for sharing this link on the Marked by the Muse™ facebook group! So glad you did because I love visiting and really enjoyed reading what “you wrote for her.” I especially like this part:
“Her heart would now allow her to pursue whatever dreams she could conceive as well as desire.”
Thanks for sharing!
You’re right, this was one of the best and Chingon dusicssions. Good follow up to it. You had some very good comments as well. We use Spanglish because we can, the same reason we interchange sentences in both languages. It’s our own global citizen Secret code. Vamos!
I think it’s a coven thing. I’m Wiccan (a Witch, though not evil like on tv), and I’ve heard coenvs calling each other brother or sister. It’s more than a group. A coven is a family, so we call each other brother/ sister. I may be wrong, but that’s my personal thoughts on it.
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