Updated: Jan 25, 2019
It’s 1920 and the girls are whirling .
Backs are turning and the march is starting .
My mother‘s beauty keeps me hold in the moment . Women’s suffrage is important , yet men don’t condemn it .
I‘m on the side of the building just staring at the sun . Mother nature kisses my cheek and Father time slows down the way . My heels clack on the broken road as I hear women protesting for their riches and golds. Yet , I’m only a man...
Staring at the wooden clock on top of the tower . I hear tears , and I see emotion . The girls have did it . They made their moment.
I salute to Susan B., Stanton, and Stone for keeping the women here and my mom’s heart going . — Drew Skyland