He has a funny, scrappy sort of face generally, and one tooth in particular seems to be rebelling.
Buenos muchachos! "Palabras que rebotan..." - oh, I like that!
"Palabras que rebotan" - has a lot of senses, I think. You may not care about those words, or they may stay inside you coming back and forth for a while, rebotando. It depends who says them, i think.
who knows what feels pain and what not...love youyvette
Heh, I don't know if you know this...but I read your comments section, I just translated the phrase Cláudia liked. Wallace Stevens says:There is not nothing, no, no, never nothing, Like the clashed edges of two words that killWell, the ones with edges at least don't return...
They do seem distreesed though! I love the character of the scalpel worn cutting board placed next to the cold hard marble and the seemingly soft sluffy paper, which also cuts. It was a nice surprise to find your you tube song xJ
Yvette says who knows if things feel or don´t feel pain, it´s a subtle truth. Jasmine sees cutting board, paple marble (wood in fact...) as character, so who knows. Anyway, they seem distressed... they don´t feel pain then, scalpel does not make them bleed. Words go on rebotando, so.
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