I’ve made a dreamcatcher which now hangs on balcony outside my bedroom window. I’m a believer in dreams who lives for an exhilarating day. My heart and mind are (usually) in the right place and I have a poignant message for all mankind.
Don’t fuck with me. Please try loving me instead. I’m engaged in frenzy of activity as I write an article on gender equality.
A dreamcatcher is a native American craftwork consisting of a small willow hoop, on which is woven a loose net or web usually string, yarn, or horsehair mesh. It is decorated with personal and sacred items such as feathers and beads. The dreamcatcher is believed to give its owner good dreams. It originated In Ojibwa (Chippewa) culture.. (Link)
It’s dark. The night air is filled with dreams…good and bad. A dreamcatcher is hanging close to the cradle or bed, swaying in the night breezes. Dreams must pass through it to get to the sleeper. Bad ones get tangled in the web, but the good ones know how to pass through the center hole and glide down the feathers. The morning sun shines on it and the bad dreams caught in its web “expire”.
Oh! It’s purple which is a range of hues of color occurring between red and blue.
Feminism in words by, Vef ❤