No More Words

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enter The way we express ourselves over time changes. Today, we sing; tomorrow, our voices just want to talk. There’s no melody left.

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enter Your hands may not write forever. Give them room to do new things. To grow and learn a new rhythm of expression.

iqopyion It may be that each season requires a new form of expression. And to see the best of it- observe and listen before you find your bearing. An integral part of new beginnings is letting go of what looks and feels comfortable to you. Embracing the pain and discomfort of a new direction. That’s where the magic of life lies. Yes, you can run out of stories to tell- but try not to. Because stories concern the way we see the world. And losing that ability to translate and interpret what’s around you is a sign of darkness.

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“your art

is not about how many people

like your work

your art

is about

if your heart likes your work

if your soul likes your work

it’s about how honest 

you are with yourself

and you

must never

trade honesty 

for relatability”

(Rupi Kaur)

Eldoret, Kenya

It gets tough- it really does. But this expression is about you. A lifeline. A way to keep you above the water. And that’s worth fighting for.


© Tessy Maritim


  • Benjamina E. Dadzie

    May 3, 2017 at 1:51 pm Reply

    You are a never ending flow of inspiration 💚

  • Grace O

    May 3, 2017 at 8:23 pm Reply

    So good Tessy – neccesary reminder. <3


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