Anna Skov Hassing - I din mund smager alt af jordbær
I nearly didn’t make it.
You were about to get married to someone else.
Hurrying, in order not to be late, is the imperceptible’s excitement.
Does that mean I am insignificant?
You simply are; Your existence looks imperceptible.
That doesn’t sound so nice.
Because it is in fashion to look peculiar; Teacup on the head. I like that you blend with the tapestry. I am not saying that to say that you look boring, but because I can often be in doubt as to where you end and the tapestry begins; When you are tapestry and when you are couch or fork. It is a stroking. One sees you everywhere in tiny little pieces. But that wasn’t actually where I was going, I wanted to talk about hurrying. Acting against time gives the action an urgency, and thus a meaningfulness—a value and an importance, which the imperceptible lacks. Not wanting to watch trailers, whining about being in the know about how it ends, that it the small excitement.