is what’s around the people [Celine, p. 49].
is wrapped in sausage skin. In this way,
the guts stay inside the four walls of the body [Thomas, p. 50].
You can compare the skeleton
with an umbrella. the skin protects us from the rain [Ingrid, p. 57].
If we did not have our skin,
the soul would loosen and jump out [Julie, p. 57].
The skin is a kind of sleeping bag.
Inside it you can feel warm and safe [Ola, p. 59].
Old Aunties Don’t Lay Eggs, Levengood and Lindell 2001