Corazones que palpitan,
que suspiran,
miradas que se cruzan y quieren quedarse,
un deseo de sentirnos que insiste cada día,
que no se rinde.

Pensamientos, sueños,tu perfume,
ganas de recorrernos cada centímetro, latentes, implícitas.
Porque ambos lo queremos y lo sabemos,
porque la miradas lo confiesan, ella nos delatan.

Esperamos fervientemente el instante
en deleitar nuestros sentidos,
en que nuestros cuerpos se acerquen,
se toquen, se tomen,se desbraven
y se quemen de caricias.

El momento en que nuestros alientos estén tan cerca que nos fatiguen
y que el afán de nuestros labios por sentirse sea saciado,
porque solo un paso en falso hará este anhelo una realidad.

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Terror in the bathroom

In the bathroom of the school, Sophia heard noises coming from the third cubicle, a space closed by the existing humidity, she thought that someone could be inside, when she looked underneath she realized that she was wrong. Only a year ago in Japan I had heard about Hanako-san, the spirit of a teenager who lived in the bathrooms on the fourth floor. Suddenly a chill covered her entire body, the front door closing unexpectedly.

She heard her name whisper behind that door, her incredulity led her to force that handle when she opened it, her eyes saw the horror, a young woman enraged with black hair, bloody, with a diabolical look. A terrified cry was heard throughout the school, Sophia’s body never appeared, only her blood was found in that cubicle.

This story is based on one of the most popular legends in Japanese schools.
Hanako-San is a ghost girl who lives in the third cubicle of the bathrooms. The origin of this character has many versions, one of them or considered the heaviest, is the suicide of an adolescent in one of the bathrooms, a product of the pressure in their environment in terms of obtaining good grades, a situation that occurs even in children and adolescents.

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