Artist Delphine Margau is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘We are the Granddaughters of the Witches you were not able to Burn’. To see Delphine’s body of work, click on any image.
The Moon was full. She was light in darkness.
She was the past and the present.
She whispered everything that was silent and needed to be said.
The Woman was full. She was thinking too much, and she was feeling too deeply.
A dangerous combination. The Moon and the Woman.
If you are a woman and dare to look inside yourself, then you are a Witch.
And if you survive looking inside, you may survive anything.
But don’t forget when you look inside, the belly is the grave.
Chasing the light through the shadows.
All images and text © Delphine Margau
By Delphine Margau
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The title alone is worth the ride. But of course, the images are superb, provocative, a pleasure to see.