I was angry, very angry. Once again my cell phone had run out of battery. I wanted to get to my house as soon as possible, so I pushed my skateboard back with my right leg. Gaining greater speed.
On the outskirts of a high school, some girls smiled at me flirtatiously. I loved having the girls' attention with that ease, but right now I didn't feel the mood to fool around with one of them.
I stopped at the park I had to cross to get to my house and on one of the old swings was the girl in the hearing aids I had so often seen in the same place. Always on that swing, always at the same time and, as always, using those hearing aids that prevented me from talking to you. Those hearing aids that were like a security wall against other people. Those hearing aids that kept her from the world.
For a moment I forgot my urgency to come to my house and come and talk to him, even though those hearing aids warned me that it was no time to approach.
Take a deep breath and I spoke faintly.
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