You hold onto the beast. The beast is dark, heavy, industrial. The beast stinks, it is noisy. But it’s familiar, you have known the beast for a long time. You don’t need to open your eyes because the beast knows it all. But deep inside, you feel heavy. Heavy like the beast. And so, you decide that you will open your eyes. You, speck of beauty in the middle of the massive beast. And when you open your eyes, you will understand the darkness, you will feel the whole weight of your beast. And you will decide to step down from it. In a moment of distraction, you will jump out. The beast will soon disappear in the distance, dark and heavy. And you will embrace the beauty of your new existence.
Desert by Vidal Escalante
Emerging from the uncertainty of life and its many textures, the fragile and fleeting human beauty searches for her reflection, for the rays of light and hope that can bring peace to the tormented soul. You stop looking down and begin to look up. You wait patiently, and hold onto the rays of hope that will take you on a journey towards the new chapter of your life.