Paola Degli Esposti
In a ageless place, remote area, unknown idiom to listen, two human beings, one in silence, the other one is talking.
it is cold in the daytime and icy in the night, hearts in benevolence spread warm when justice wins and neutrality partecipates in due silence. It has happened before, don't you find?
I know time it is right to go in that coral painted room, bright in atmosphere and silence at the perfect level, so we can go on with our
music. Not easy, not ecstatic, just ours.
If i look at your face, my first inspiration is to get out of here and sit down in another place to pick up ideas.
Why? Because you are over greatly inducted and i need freedom to get out my art expressed in different frequency.
Maybe i could even jump like a monkey, you laugh and i am kidding.It is exactly the opposite.Buzzing, do you say? Ok.
Poor words now: you take away my freedom of expression. Why?
Because you are the beauty, i tell, you know and you don't mind.
Then i smile and i don't regret at all.
Bye and update when i look at you and i don't mind.
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