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Wings, Gravity, and the Moon
Sometimes romance is destined, sometimes it is forbidden. When it is both, it becomes a story.
More than anything, this is a story of love and hope ... of resilience and fate.
Through a series of connected vignettes, poems, songs, journals, and galleries of photo-art, a tapestry of images push the edges of the power dynamics between unquenched passion and discovery of an unfamiliar world of love.
Spirituality and symbols are woven through vividly described, time-ambiguous scenes of playful debauchery, profound sensitivity, and unimaginable pain.
As for the mystery, she needed to know.
That was why she went in and pored over his most private things, his mementos of the affair. That was why she read every word of his notebook that had been tucked in among the artifacts.
She read for answers. She found questions. She faced down her demons and alter egos as they played out their will, through his eyes, through his pictures, through his words.
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