The wall of the Malecon tastes of salt and is rough to the touch. Standing on it, my school uniform splashed by the waves, every October of my childhood I threw a bouquet of flowers into the sea.
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In 1975, the year I was born in Cuba, nothing remained of the rebellion that the older people remembered. We had neither long hair nor euphoria.
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