I hear the story of the Erandi’s Braids. She sold her hair in the 50s to buy her
mother a fishing net and a doll with a yellow dress. Her Tattoo is a virgin. It says: Dios Juzga . . . Astar equals “where is she?” Don Quarzo says. The invisible woman has appeared. The name of her dog is Shadow. I see my father’s handwriting. It took me almost forty years to find it. The color of my wedding dress appears on the book: Inferno. Remember Goldilocks and the Three Bears? –I like Afrotina and the Three Bears best. Where is Martina: La cucharacha? She does find a prince in the end. In the mother’s raccoon fairytale the past does not fit into photographs with golden frames. They w’r glad Kondi made a sorting wires. . I need to pop the corn or drink camu camu!
Are you busy Mother? Now and then I look up at sweets hoping to find you.