Serenity and artistry as Lines in the Sand by Jimmi Campkin & Basilike Pappa
“To call you love would twist my tongue.
But from the moment you said my name, sanity performed a pagan dance, silver jewels gleaming naked.”
Photography by Jimmi Campkin.
Jimmi Campkin is a “Writer, photographer, creator of SANCTUARY. 16bit child, INFP with clinical nostalgia and red wine for blood.” You can enjoy more of his work at jimmi campkin.com.
“It said sleep / the voice said / slide into / me / like a fish / in water the voice said / dreamless / I’ll catch you / just sleep it said / you’re tired and / it’s time to / sleep…”
Basilike Pappa lives in Greece. She likes her coffee black, her walls painted green and blue, her books old or new. She despises yellow curtains and red tape. She can’t live without chocolate, flowers and her dog. Places she can be found are: kitchen, office, living room. If she’s not at home, I don’t know where she is. You can find Basilike up late with a notebook in the Silent Hour.
Photography by Jimmi Campkin (jimmi campkin.com)