The Bathroom

‘Adopting the unknown’
by Sara Jane Glendinning

Meet the animal

In search of common ground boundaries and beliefs
My skin has grown another skin made up of All all I have seen and all I have felt, all I have been

and I belong here.

Connected to no one
i feel connected to everyone.
its safely unsafe.

I am born removed removed
I am adopted

i am grateful and i am (sin)

My unknown
I hold you close to me
your loss your pain your judgement insecurity
these in you I see in me now strengths that have grown upon me
And we can Sit between heaven and earth between blades of grass
We are one.

‘What’s wrong with me?’
by Lexa Willis-Gray

For as long as I can remember I’ve been in and out of hospitals and doctor appointments.

I think back and remember all the pain I was in before the doctors started their medical cocktails trying to fix as many problems as they could at once – after all my tests came back “normal”.

This collection represents me and my life. It gives people a slight insight into the difficulties I face on a day-to-day basis.

It also shows those around me that I'm trying my best not to give up, and will try anything that is offered to me in the hopes it might have an effect on me, and hopefully make things a little easier.

And I want to show people things aren't always the way they first appear.

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