I see two little boys and they're practicing boxing, both friends- no anger in this play though. The one on the right looks like he could have a smile on his face. He's smiling about boxing; who is gonna win. I think the one without the shirt is gonna; he looks like he might be a boxer type. He's ready, he's fists folded, he's ready to go- that's fun for him. He is structured to fight, holding on for what's coming. The other guy in the white shirt is ready too. He's not trying to rush him, he thinks he knows he can out fight him. He's waiting for the other fellow to charge him. He can crush him whenever- he's waiting. Looks like they're on a playground on a school yard. I think its on a beach; looks like they're on the sand. I'm lookin' at the little fella with hands in his pockets and there's a lady over there against the wall. I don't know if the bigger guy has decided upon his role. They look less than 6 or 7 years old, they look 4. Oh come on! No! No way, they're at least 7 or 8. It's just the competitive spirit coming through. It's noon. It's school recess, they're using the time before class to rumble. The guy in the back is agitated. He is devilish in spirit. He is trying to get these two other boys to fight. That Mickey Mouse smile on his face- he's agitated! I think it is a game for fun and one of them is winning. The shirtless one standing there is the winner. He seems more aggressive than the other one. That smile on his face-he's taunting- he's saying “bring it on” while observing. No fear, no doubt.
Created by: Participants at ASEB-Berkeley (Abner, Sheila, Jo Ann, Juanita, Harold, James, GF)