Ella and Sam

Nudity

by Sam Terri

One day I realized the need for solitary moments of nudity.

, Sam Terri

Sky

by Ella A.

rã

Intoxicated by chlorine and in the middle of so much blue, the frog started to believe it was swimming in the sky, but it was only a pool.

 

, Ella A.

Bush

by Sam Terri

Two bushes: they grow naturally, we trim them ruthlessly.

bushes

, Sam Terri

Attempt of the perpetual tale

by Ella A.

He could not adapt to how ephemeral the world is, and in the struggle in pursuit of the perpetual,  he eventually died early and was considered ephemeral himself.

borboleta

, Ella A.

Shoe

by Sam Terri

pernas no arYou can’t imagine the amount of fulfillment that fits in a scapin size 11.

, Sam Terri

 

Morning

by Ella A.

That morning looked like the end of the afternoon. It felt like it was done, like it was enough. Like it was over. Final.

Yesterday was not there anymore, and tomorrow never came.

That morning was suffering by anticipation and by delay, fearing the future and anguishing the past. That morning, once it was over, it already hadn’t existed for a while.

Tranquility sometimes is so distressing.

cavalo

, Ella A.

Show me yours and I’ll show you mine

by Sam Terri

sexting_

Show me yours and I’ll show you mine (as long as mine and yours are not feelings).

, Sam Terri.

Tree trunk

by Ella A.

His fingers were so thick and long that they ressembled thick and long roots that held a pudgy stocky trunk, which was actually just a regular arm. But actually, he just wanted to hear the noise of the dry leaves.

mc3a3os-nas-folhas

, Ella A.

Shameful

by Sam Terri

almofada

I can’t say if it was shame, or christian’s guilt.

In my most immoral way I tried to convert you; to convert the shame into randiness, the guilt into foreplay, the shameful into shameless.

But all you did was watch. You were sitting, while wishing to be on all-fours; you were tied up in invisible strings, wishing for real ones; you were covering your parts, that were trying so hard to show.

All I was able to do was give up.

, Sam Terri

Help

by Ella A.

socorroFrom afar it felt like he didn’t, but he really needed help.

, Ella A.