Facades of a woman

"Precious eyes of mine tell me what you perceive when you look at me. A mother, lover or wife to be. Do these mask of mine deceive thee."

~Yahmina Bryant


Women are artist in their own spirit. We are chameleons of the human spices. Having to be a multifaceted vessel for those around us.


Before becoming parents, or lovers we are first children. Being shaped by our parents to become a "wonder woman". Taught to be pleasant, respectful of ourselves and others. To also be sweet and caring so that we will become nurtures at heart.


During childhood we are groomed to take on many task. Learning to cater to those who are most important to us. Teaching us that sharing is caring but always remain a lady.


As we approach adulthood and we began to learn to share ourselves with our spouses and children. Dividing our attention among the collective, these mask split and shatter allowing us to break the mold; to change for the better.


Becoming all that our families and friends need. We then become the all in one. The counselor, the lady of the night, the house wife, The trophy, the business woman, the supporter; and as we grow so does the list. As every aspect of your development demands a better virgin of yourself. We learn to become less selfish for ourselves and give our all to the ones we love.


Becoming all that our families and friends need. We then become the all in one. The counselor, the lady of the night, the house wife, The trophy, the business woman, the supporter; and as we grow so does the list. As every aspect of your development demands a better virgin of yourself. We learn to become less selfish for ourselves and give our all to the ones we love.

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