both a doting self-reminder and a maternal whisper of consolation, now now takes stock of the present and sheds the fears congruent with maturation. “growing up” suggests impermanence; that letting go is inevitable. now now houses the residue of my journey into adulthood- shrapnel of my childishness embedded in the places and people that i love. but love, like time, simply exists void of want or need and will move on with or without you. hidden within these pages i have found a universal past embalmed from their present and littered with the lexicon of every ‘coming-of-age’ story. this book is about relishing the nows and appreciating where and to whom they all have lead.
softcover, hand-bound book
62 pages, 51 images