Welcome

Sisters of the Page has been on the web since 2007. We have featured the works of Misti Rainwater-Lites, MK Chavez, Judy Brekke and Craig Sernotti.

SOTP is a place where we promote female writers, artists, and photographers. This is our goal and our emphasis however, from time to time, we will open the page to our male counterparts in order to showcase some of their works.

Please feel free to click on our archive for past works. It is located at the bottom of each page. If you have comments, please post them under the artist's work, General comments may be directed to the editor at midulcevida66@gmail.com.

Abusive and deragatory comments will not be tolerated and will be immediately removed.

We hope you enjoy your visit. Thanks for stopping bye.

Juliana Vargas
Editor-Sisters of the Page



Friday, December 31, 2010

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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Life in the past lane by Juliana Vargas

I live my life in the past lane. Watching other lives pass me by. Speeding off to more important things like soccer games, a night on the town, maybe a trip to the coast.


I used to be brave enough to go with the flow, going only slow enough to enjoy the breeze, the sun and the scenery of each glorious day.

I don't recall when I pulled to the side, to let life pass me by.

I find myself trapped in this slow moving traffic, stifled by car loads of sorry events, promises never kept, and too many tears wept.

I think its time to turn on my signal and pick up my speed now. If I spend too 
many more of my days looking in the rear view mirror, who knows what openings I may miss.

De-composition by Juliana Vargas

I am an untitled composition
Story incomplete
Words not yet sorted

Into coherent sentences

Underline my faults
highlighting my metaphors
my similes

My literary devices

And define the meaning
in my every verb
Create nouns that are meant
only to describe ME

Italicize my emotions
Capitalize my strengths
All CAPS please
It drives the point home

Use every single descriptive phrase
to outline the shape of my
being

In the end
don't title me
just let the words
speak for themselves