Homeless, in their words by Robin | Aug 23, 2010 | Uncategorized | 8 comments Facebook Pinterest Twitter Print Friendly 8 Comments Deb Rox on at Wow. This is so powerful. Mighty. (Don’t huff and puff says SO much… oh!) Thank you so much for sharing this. Rachel ~ Southern Fairytale on at Wow. I bet that was a powerful, heart wrenching thing to read and to stand in front of. Thank you for sharing xoxo Molly on at I need to spend some time actually reading this piece of art. Thank you for opening MY eyes and giving it some press. It’s 5 min from my house, and I’ve not been bothered to STOP and pay closer attention. Robin ~ PENSIEVE on at Deb, At first you don't "know" what you're looking at; but the more you read, the more you're inclined to read MORE. It draws you all the way in and you can "hear" the voices of hundreds, FINALLY telling a glimpse of the story. You picked the perfect word to describe it–"powerful". (I always love when you "speak" here…you're great encouragement, friend!) Robin ~ PENSIEVE on at Rachel, It's a beautiful piece of art, weaving together the stories of those who need to be heard. I bet most of them are 140 characters or less, so all of these could be tweeted. Hmmm…hmmmm…I wonder if there's an opportunity to shed light on the lives of the homeless in all this. Wait! Maybe I can use this for my book I'm going to write! Hmmmm……indeed! 🙂 Ann Kroeker on at People talk about giving a voice to those who have none–someone has made it possible for people to be heard. Because, even if a person has been shushed for a lifetime, he has a voice…she wants to be heard. What a brilliant idea for a project…a gift to the authors, and a gift to the readers. Rich Smith on at Wonderful! Is this located in Chattanooga? If so, where? Robin ~ PENSIEVE on at Rich, Yessir, it's in downtown Chatty; you'll find it across the street from the Bluegrass Grill (which is down the street from Niedlov's Bakery). Does that help??