Gloria E. Anzaldua describes a boundary as the time and place "where the space between two individuals shrinks with intimacy."
A space of multiple encounters. I follow these bordered intersections: the physical, the mental and the textual.
Such spaces of draped pictorial non place;
at the end of things, unnamed.
An absence generated by centuries of outcries,
I speak about the silence of being boundless,
in-between, and unspecified.
I am like the Other,
one is like the Other. We are like the rest.
Subjects are numbed as they edge
Space is not individualized;
we are seamlessly absent.