This poetry collection shares stories of trauma and attempts of healing. The poems are inspired by the Arabic poetry of Hija and popular nursery rhymes re-envisaged through tainted eyes. The poems are a mixture of voices that both express pain and speak with the gentleness of having found their catharsis.
J. J. Moon is a Riyadh born, poet who lives somewhere beneath a dune. She is an avid traveler, horse rider, paint splatterer, and storyteller. She does most of her poetry writing late at night, inspired by events of the day and the people she has met on her journeys, both short and long. She writes to understand people and herself; she is still confused.