Eucalipto IV

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Eucalipto IV

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Decorative sheet made by Cristina Maser. A reproduction of an original illustration made in watercolor and printed on laid paper of 220 grams. A paper with perfect texture for the watercolor stain. Get this sheet to give a special and natural touch to your space. You can hang it on the living room wall, in your bedroom, in the kitchen, in your children's room, in the hallway or you can give it to your mother or father, or your best friend, or your grandparents

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The eucalyptus twigs were still floating in the air, some of their leaves seemed larger and rounder. I continued to feel in glory, the place was perfect to stay there, not to return to the incessant noise of the cars and the screaming people. Under the eucalyptus tree I could only hear myself responding to a strange creature that appeared and disappeared without being able to adapt to my size. I thought that maybe I was the one who was not at his height and therefore at the height of that kind of paradise. The gigantic figure reappeared and, since the only explanation until that moment was that we could communicate when it was invisible, I closed my eyes. I pretended it didn't exist and that's when I heard his voice. "Do you already know who I am?"
"Well no," I replied.
“And where are you?
-I do not know too.
"You are at home, under my tutelage"
–Well no, I have a large eucalyptus next to me and its small branches surround me.
"Wake up and you will see."
When she opened her eyes, she was speaking out loud. It was the first time she had heard me in a dream, at least for a second. I lay for a long time on a real mattress, noticing that my dream was missing. I thought I would have to fill the house with eucalyptus twigs and talk to myself more. Of course, my inner world, which I knew so badly, seemed much more real than the other one that sometimes took so much trouble to make sense of.

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