This belongs to Liz.
I stumbled across these words in an undergrad course and fell in love with the world’s shortest story, “El dinosaurio.” Now that I teach Spanish in inner city Philadelphia, the words mean even more. We each experience the process of awakening in a different way, and inevitably during those moments, there is a “dinosaur” that remains. That “dinosaur” can be, and has been, many different things, good and bad.
The font is Monotype Corsiva, altered a bit by the artist, Chris Adamek.
“Cuando despertó, el dinosaurio todavía estaba allí.”
(“When [s]he awoke, the dinosaur was still there.”)