Our Serpent Perception of Our World

Red Boots
As a child I was born and raised in a city. Not a big city still a city, far away from nature, in an apartment where the only sign of nature was a giant pine tree in a small piece of land that was not touched by the greediness of urban building. Those days we were fully allowed to hang out with all the kids in the neighborhood and play till it was getting dark. So we would run on the ground and get in dirt as often as we could discover it in another small patch of land that was not covered in concrete. Periodically, at school, they would take us to a bigger patch with some trees, a bad imitation of it should have been a proper park.…
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A Desire

Red Boots
I stood just before him/her. I looked at him/her. Standing, perfectly still, perfectly calm and neutral. For a second empty of all of what it could be. I breathed, slowly, naturally. I kept on starring at him/her. Being me, just me. With no other expectations or sercets haunting me, with no traumas or ambitions, with nothing else but me. Soon after I started feeling my desire. My desire to be with that human standing before me. I looked carefully his/her features, one by one. Slowly, and intensely. As if I wanted to remember every detail; a painter that digs deep into the surface to portrait what the naked regular eye is elluding. The roots were endless. I could go up and down in my eyes on the beautiful human body…
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Oops, I did it again!

Red Boots
I am tired. And I am even more tired saying all the time how tired I am. Andnow I am further tired of all of this! This endless repetition of an acknowledgementof something that have I managed to properly identify since ages! Enough; Iknow all of this, so can I please now move on? I suspect life has more to offereven if I am still banging all doors to open up and let me in. I got seriously scared the other day. Being healthy most of the time, surprisinglyagainst all of my perpetual fatigue, I had an sudden, third time visiting me,neurological pain on the left half side of my head. Extremely painful andupsetting; I could not rest, sleep or just let go. I had to do every single scan…
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