Lorena, 23, mujer, Estados Unidos…

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Grooveshark has destroyed my charts. If I had the money for a premium Grooveshark membership I'd get one, if only so I could scrobble to

I'm an artist; I paint, I draw, I sculpt, I write, I dream. I love to read and listen to music and learn new things. More than anything, I want to travel the world and the seven seas. I'm infinitely curious and my lust for life is insatiable. I'm shy and wild and unpredictable. I love debating and philosophy and can talk for hours. I like silence. I like culture. I find myths, history, and religions fascinating. I enjoy seeing the world through new eyes. I'm addicted to, and I'm very glad to meet you.

I went to New World School of the Arts, and now attend UF.

I am the son
And the heir
Of a shyness that is criminally vulgar
I am the son and heir
Of nothing in particular

In the gaps between words are the things that really intrigue me
It’s the gasps and the sighs that say more about what’s inside you

The 4,444th song I listened to on Dinosaur Jr- Sludgefeast

My beloved monster and me, we go everywhere together... She will always be the only thing, that comes between me and the awful sting, that comes from living in a world that's so damn mean.

Ad Marginem, by Paul Klee^^

Here is some brain food (because your mind is like a parachute, it only works when it's open *):

MUTO, An Ambiguous Animation Painted on Public Walls. By Blu, an Argentinean street artist. (Made in Buenos Aires and in Baden, Austria)

Un Chien Andalou, a short surrealist film on the subconscious by Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali (1929)

The Sex Pistols live in Winterland (1978)

Photography Now

Art History

Traveling Books

Perception - The reality beyond matter

I love Rabindranath Tagore, Asia's first Nobel laureate. Here is a sample of his work.(1890)

* a lovely quote by Frank Zappa, virtuoso of virtuosos.