Red shoes in the Plaza del Pumarejo in Seville in memory of the victims of sexist violence.PACO PUENTES / EL PAÍS
Does it skyrocket you in public and drag you through the mud in private?
Does it go from loving to aggressive in
and you don't know how or why it happened?
Do you water your parties and impose yours on you?
Does it make you feel guilty that dawn and dusk, that it freezes and that it burns, that it rains and that it clears, that you speak and shut up, breathe and be alive?
Does it make you torture yourself thinking what you have done to make him angry, sad, quiet, listless, or itch and not scratch?
Does it seem like you owe him and you don't pay him?
Does he punish you with the whip of his indifference for hours, ...
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