Dried flowers and typewritten poetry on paper
11.4 x 8.8 inches, framed
“Is nostalgia really an abstract concept that just exists inside of us? Or is it actually a place where dark streets and sweet sayings stay? Because I can't help thinking tonight that somewhere else, you still have your long hair and my skin is bare of ink, we aren't walking in straight lines anymore and you've just held my hand for the first and last time." "—Janroe Cabiles
In her piece _2012, 2016_, Janroe applied her signature style of combining dried flowers and poetry, creating this nostalgic 11.4 x 8.8-inch typewritten poetry on paper about a not-so-distant favorite memory."