The sacred challenge of art — even graffiti —
is to remind us of our commonality;
that whatever our gender, race, or creed, we share so much:
eyes to weep as well as see — or look away;
ears to listen or close; mouths to smile or curl in disgust;
arms to hold, resist, or fight; hearts to love or wound…
Diane Walker is a poet, artist, and actress living in the Northwest.
To view her work, visit www.facebook.com/contemplativephotography