“You who have condemned me… I will come back in the light of lightning and forever they will pay for my tears of blood.”
Jinku stays by her dying mother’s side nine weeks, then finds a stack of journals written in her mother’ native tongue, a language in which she only ever heard her mother speak two words.
A Spanish poem (with its English translation) of sadness, hope, and undying love.
“I didn’t think I’d be alive today. | I’ve died far too many times for one life.”
“I spent the weekend | Doing just what I wanted… Doing just what I hated” – stewing in memories and heartache.
It is when we really see what lies ahead that our minds begin to race.
A straightforward, honest expression of deep emotion.