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Ways of Seeing
Curated by Morayo Faleyimu; Art Designed by Kathryn Destin
October is National Arts and Humanities Month. At Girls Write Now, we've chosen to celebrate the diversity of our talent with two capsule collections. The first collection, "Ways of Seeing," celebrates the talented vocalists of GWN. We invite you to explore the richness of their original compositions, lyrics, and vocals and the unique ways they interpret the world through song.
Worst Days is a song about love and struggling in its absence.
Maybe I’ll bump into a girl that I don’t know in the hallway of school today…
Who are you trying to be behind the mask you see?
In the newest iteration of “Sunrise,” I explore an acoustic arrangement featuring myself on keyboard and vocals.
“See the Sun” is an original song about friendship, and how the people who love you can lift you up out of the darkness.
You deserve so much better than your fears.
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