Atef Ayadi


Tattoo: It’s Always Love -White Blue Sky -


She has
three halves of a vertical feminine curious face:

The middle face is white blue
natural type of woman face.
-the sky is always blue, I want a lover to enjoy it with me-

The first face to the left
is
a standing
waiting
silhouette
of a passionate woman
-exactly like Eileen-
The hair are flying forward
like a wise guide.

The first face to the right

is a mosaic
of vertical blue to larges stripes orange,
a yellow fire
starting from the lips
to blue golden enraged eyes.
The hair are erected or tossed forward,
the way a Gannets bird catches a fish.

It is true,

a woman face is made of three halves of
three different faces.

a man has two twisted faces.

Submitted: Thursday, September 25, 2008
Edited: Friday, November 20, 2009

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