Verb conjugation of "espetar" in Spanish
|Conjugate the verb espetar:|
...él ha espetado...
Check out the Translation of espetar in our Spanish Dictionary
In this poem there is not any movement, it is only a snapshot of life, it means it is a picture, almost dead, as there is no movement at all. And this is the reason why the poem seems to be calming.
I was a little confused because I recognized the voice and I had booked at Luisa's guest house. She explained me that she was sharing the phone with her neighbor and her neighbor was not honest.
We shared a cabin with an elderly couple from Spain. They started blablaing about Spain, about their corrupt government and about their civil war. They should not work in PR, advertisement or sales.