Ice/Stay (Valokuvatorstai 191)

Jan 21, 2011 · 1 min read

ice/stay

The Finnish word jää means a couple of things: It can mean ice, it can be used to mean something very cold and it can be also said when demanding or asking someone to stay. It can be something cool or something slippery. Or it can be the small world sighed to the ear of the loved one when the night is getting darker.

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