I’m with Kali

I’m with Kali

I don’t know a lot about the Hindu pantheon, but I know I like Kali. She’s fierce. Western interpretations – at least the ones I’ve seen – tend to fixate on her role as destroyer, and cast her as almost a demon to be feared.  But yesterday, I was reading a book by Bri. Maya Tiwari, […]

doves cry

doves cry

A pigeon is not a dove. The pigeons around here hang out at the beach like awkward British tourists, looking for a monument and a gift shop. The doves nest outside my window, cooing for attention.   Commerce and love. Two very different things. This is what it sounds like when pigeons cry, sang no prince, […]