Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Mayonnaise: Maionese

Few authors have courage to embrace surrealism nowadays and go back to it's origin as Gil Melândia. Believing that there is still unexplored beauty in this form of art she worked hard in the past decade. One of her most brilliant works of surrealistic axé is this piece, on which, according to specialists, she describes what seems to be the rememberings of a wormwood absinth hangover.

Beat that beat, here comes the chocolate

Mayonnaise
He beats me
Beats me up like Mayonnaise
and what a had drank
raised up directly and went to the head

Mayonnaise
He beats me
Beats me up like Mayonnaise
I don't even know my name anymore
And where i live doesn't matter anymore

1 comment:

  1. I like the way she expresses her feelings in an anti-feminist point of view, clearly misleading her true message, supporting women who suffer abuses. It's truly something to be read and tasted over and over again, as we hope its message and philosophy will be remembered by many, many future generations.

    (RI DEMAIS! HAHAHAHAA)

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