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Silky Crosses the Atlantic

Dreamed 1982/8/24 by Chris Wayan; 1994 acrylic based on 1982 ink sketch.

After I fled my batterer, I was afraid to love. I might give up my freedom again, grateful for mere gentleness. I mistrusted the lonely girl in me--till one night, I met her!

Under a yellow moon, a black cat-girl sails across the Atlantic.  Click to enlarge.
I dreamed a catgirl named Silky was sailing alone across the Atlantic, bringing animal rights to the Old World. Braving the Atlantic Rift for freedom! My battered girl is not so fragile.
A black cat-girl sailing under a red sky.
I can trust her, I can trust myself, to love.

Just as I am.

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