The work is a requiem for Estelita de Souza Santana, lifetime leader of the Sisterhood of Our Lady of the Good Death (Cachoeira-BA), who passed away at the age of 105. A local myth that identifies black priestesses and white herons inspires the narrative, which explores the symbology of “white” (“funfun” in Yoruba), commonly associated with purity, maturity, and wisdom, the color of mourning in many Oriental countries, and the color of the garments worn by the Black god Obatala. Out of this profusion of symbols, the artist creates his own funeral rite.