The Story of Fire-Nausea Eyes *

“Beggar Woman” by Anna Molka Ahmed, (1917–1994) oil on canvas

“As for me, after the black holes of his fire-nausea eyes swallowed up my world, on shivering horsetails and cool pebbles, under quartz waters is where I lingered.

I thought, I believed I’d wiped my nose on the cuff of this world and walked away. But a lesson…

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Multimedia artist, writer, poet. ‘Celebrating other lives, I am a sparrow in the shadow of a rosebush...’ faridahaque@gmail.com

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