A play on colors and layers. This painting talks about regrets, those oportunities that we denied and miss. The black stripe of black in the middle is our coffin, our place to scream. A place where we can scream all we want but no one will hear us. The light orange color in the painting represents our joys and passions in life, and the blue and black lines are the prisons the we have put ourselves in. Each blue and black lines varies in height, from the sides to the middle it elevated, symbolizing the more or bigger prisons or regrets we have, until we fall into this darkness in the middle of the painting.