Three Palestinian voices from Qalandia throw rhyme after rhyme across all borders. Three pairs of awake eyes, behind too many bitter stories for their age. The naked truth about a life behind concrete walls, between torn skies and lands, a life that temporarily seems like a shadow thrown onto a wall. Sa’aleek impress with descriptive narratives and overwhelming torrents of words as a verbal defence against suppression and constant supervision. Challenging, accusing, yet hopeful and revitalising. The attempt to breathe life into the fading shadow on the border wall, to give it its own story and to finally free it.