WAIT

WAIT

From Sue A’Hern
to her late husband

Sue wrote a beautiful meaning behind this touching letter, which has been tossed into the ocean:

She writes that the letter was “originally created as a note to my deceased husband, just to let out my frustration and was a direct reaction to having to wait for various hospital appointments and the long wait to find out if I will be joining him any time soon. I have just heard that I do not have an illness that will lead to me being reunited with my husband, I will have to wait for that. I hasten to add I am in no way suicidal, just frustrated with waiting.

My husbands ashes were thrown into the sea he wanted me to do this so that every time I saw the sea he’d be giving me a wave. ‘Wait’ has been thrown into the sea so that he can read it.”

image copyright Sue A’Hern


Dear Mr.Thomas …

Dear Mr.Thomas ...

From Sue A’Hern
to
Dylan Thomas (poet)

image copyright Sue A’Hern


Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas

Sue A’Hern placed her beautiful letter to Dylan Thomas on this statue of the beloved poet.

image copyright Sue A’Hern


Self Portrait Brain

Self Portrait Brain

From
Sue A’Hern

Who has suffered through multiple brain aneurysms and a stroke, and has made this postcard as a place “within which my frustration was dumped.”

image copyright Sue A’Hern


Dear Chrystal, close-up

Dear Chrystal, close-up

Margot Guerrera
in the States

image copyright Margot Guerrera


Dear Chrystal …

From Margot Guerra
in the States
to Chrystal Jackson

Margot writes:

The letter is to Chrystal Jackson in honor of the time spent with her.

The watercolour behind the letter is a painting she gave to me twenty eight years ago after I had completed my workshop time with her. The two handed porcelain ash tray holds the salt she gave me, and the wooden santo hand called to being included in this arrangement. Hope my hand writing can be read.

image copyright Margot Guerra


Dear Oscar …

Dear Oscar ...

from Stella
in United States

*Placed on the grave of Oscar Wilde by Jesica, in France

Image copyright Stella Rothe and Jesica Versichele