“Amaluna is mother moon … amaluna is a tumultuous succession of emotions. A mixture of intrigue, mystery, lights and shadows, vaults, acrobatics, breaths and emotions trapped in my eyes. I clearly felt the acrobat’s anxiety, that rhythmic pulse of the choked chest at each jump, I perceived the emptiness of air caused by harmonic and elegant vaults. A petrified audience waited, quivered, almost climbed on those skimpy armchairs and held back the emotion and then melted into a thunderous applause to the final jump … But that roar did not touch me, kidnapped my eyes, captivated the soul, as Ulysses...
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