"Cross Road: A Normal Day in the Future" by Francesco Lorenzetti.
Such an amazing look at the future through the eyes of very talented artist #francescolorenzetti He really puts you in the scene. It's like a clash from Akira to The Fifth Element to Blade Runner. Brilliant!
No último dia 3 estive presente no evento de lançamento dos produtos #davines na @pinkladiesbr e registrei o momento com algumas fotos.
A Davines é uma marca de produtos para cabelos italiana, com uma linha maravilhosa, cheirosa e que se preocupa com o ambiente em embalagens biodegradáveis. Melhor hidratação que já fiz na vida com a @simoneornellas
I'd like to tell you a story,
but, I wouldn't know what you'd prefer.
Comedy or Thriller,
Romance or Horror.
I could tell you one of each
or encompass them all in one,
but, you'll deem it as a vain attempt
to get acknowledgement from all.
So, let me stick to the story
that begins like the others...
A long time ago
there was a girl who lost her father.
She dreamed of castles and knights
in shining armours
but settled for a peasant instead,
the modern world demanded looks,
with status, money and power.
She promised to love him,
to be with him till death did them part,
she tried to love him with all she had.
All he did was break her apart.
How could a person give another
so much power over themselves,
she wondered every sleepless night
She still crawled back to that kitchen
early morning, made him breakfast.
Expected a mere compliment,
got beaten, instead.
She was blind,
not in love, but bound by the laws
her father taught her;
the husband was the God
and I were to be like his devoted servant.
Little did she know
that the abusive relationship she pretended
to cherish would take a devious turn.
Every story has a villain...
Why should this one fall back anymore?
Death came along and snatched away
her daughter when she was hardly five.
He did unspeakable things to her,
she came and complained to mama,
but mama loved papa so much
that she chose to trust papa.
Four years of torture!
What did the poor child know!
Maybe Death was kinder
to have taken her to a place she could finally call 'Home'.
Mama cried every night,
mourned the death of Aya.
One day when he forced himself on her,
she picked up the knife and slit his throat.
She spilled tears over his bleeding body,
begged to God to send him back,
begged for forgiveness.
He stopped breathing, instead.
She got up and burnt the house down,
Were you expecting a happy ending?
Sorry, you need to get used to getting disappointed.
- Priyanka Sahoo • @themetrophile
Special thanks to @positi_witty to help me with the ending. You be the best, Batman.
ITS FRIDAAAAAY!! Go out and have a great day!! #friyay
Recuerda que la vida es fascinante: sólo hay que mirarla a través de las gafas correctas! THOM BROWNE disponibles!! En @iskocolombia#Medellin y #Monteria