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English to Spanish translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature / Caribbean poetry
English term or phrase:with a breath
This is the context in which the phrase appears:
I saw my mother kneel beside him.
She started chanting and rocking, to and fro
and with a breath, she pulled up
his limp torso, and placed his head
on her shoulder, her tiny arms
barely linked around the width
of his muscular back.
How would you translate it? I´m open to any suggestion! Thanks!