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DARK EYE: Poetry by Frida

DARK EYE       Dark eye,  injected dust adamantine.  Reflection to flee away,  the shade of a few words thrown to the wind … Invoking the intimate mood my  his approach with ease  so vibrant notes persuasive  I hide in the contemplation of his presence … (Frida)  

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THE OLD MAN WHO WATCHED GO DOWN SUNSETS

Rizzoli Publishing, 2012 – 112 pages   I read it for you This book is about an old man, once vigorous and strong-willed who returns to the land where he was born, to find her and find yourself. Obviously, the memories of his childhood are made ​​of things, intentions (such as fixing an old bird trap), emotions and people, among ...

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There is no here without a there

  It ‘a pencil drawing ink and paper written by a left-handed man around 1490, became famous as an ideal representation of the proportions of the human body that Leonardo da Vinci had imagined inscribed inside a circle and a square. That design was inspired by the Italian painter from the words of his old compatriot, the Roman architect Vitruvius, ...

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SINKHOLES New Book

                                                                                From Sinkholes – Chapter One A Distant Mirror Nearly twenty percent of the French territory was of karst origin, as ...

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