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By: Tamara Hubacek


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We all have voice and a knowing within. If even from observing, the creation of our legend and spirit is overwhelming. Written in poetic form of pain and loss and hope. Placed upon the page where we meet to find our cope. We feel the most whole when finding pieces. Some left behind, some still in mind and those found in times of weakness. The beat from our footsteps goes somewhere. The noise of life can drown out sound we sometimes need to bear. I hope you feel my see if even to share the weight of be. Maybe find a piece to acknowledge and release.
Tamara grew up in Coldstream, British Columbia, Canada, a beautiful suburb of a city nestled in the Okanagan Valley, where she grew up with two sisters on a ten-acre hobby farm, eventually going into healthcare, transcribing medical reports within her local hospital. Growing up, she saw herself as a shy, yet easily-made joyful child who was empathetically weighted. Empathy and intuition felt more of a burden than something to embrace and use and made her feel disconnected to a world she saw as hard, but her safety place was the same mind from which she tried to escape. Married at 21 and having three boys by 28, she felt the stretch into the light and dark of their extension as well. Writing became something she revisited from her youth. The poetic form it took became an inner language that through process helped to lift the weight, becoming her connection to soul and something greater, a sense of peace when acknowledging the human cry.
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