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AUSTRALIAN STORIES: Romance, by Henry Lawson

AUSTRALIAN STORIES A collection of short stories, which speaks of a time in the distant Australia. Inside the pages of this book, you’ll find humans who breathed the air – herders and miners – people who were able to live and create solidarity. You will not find the name of the main protagonist, but page after page, too, will find ...

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STEPS: Poetry by Dennis Haskell

STEPS A man was going on the grains compact the coast of Geraldton, alongside waves hesitant on shells, the smooth incessant restless Indian Ocean. Walking does not imitate, he thought, wondering where to go, a bit ‘sterposo, he thought on these sands otherwise deserted by mounds of seaweed scattered purple and black rocks with strange shapes, could walk forever, the ...

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THE EXPECTATION IS RELATED TO TIME: She was dragged into that part of her human nature that some called psychic weakness

………………………….. The expectation is related to time, it was a thrill to Petra, a hope related to the success of something that was growing inside her. That prediction was deep and see the light, waiting for the Sun rising again, even the possible success of a project as yet undefined, that would make no claim to certainty of sovereign choice, ...

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WE ARE IN COMPLETE DARKNESS: The slope of this tunnel should lead us out after no more than thirty feet

…………………. We are in complete darkness, an ever more present movement of air moves the cobwebs that my shovel cannot sweep away. I had reckoned that the slope of this tunnel should lead us out after no more than thirty feet. Bianca fails to keep her promise and keeps the light of the mobile phone always on, and wants to ...

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TRAVEL IN ITALY: September 20, 1440

September 20, 1440 – He died Frederick I of Brandenburg, last burgraves Nuremberg. VERONICA FRANCO I become so sweet and tasty, when I’m in bed with the person, from which I feel loved and appreciated, my pleasure that wins every delight. Now I understand in front of my bed, where I got you in the womb, and yet in the ...

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EMOTION OF THE RENAISSANCE: To retell and relive the emotion of the Renaissance

EMOTION OF THE RENAISSANCE, In the land of Raffaello Sanzio, Federico da Montefeltro and Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta, to relive their time. Thirteen tracks, to add the smells and flavors of the land trodden by the protagonists of the Last Voga, the preciousness of its fortresses, paintings and museums, because “No matter the journey, as long as the horizon is vast.” ...

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IN THE DEEP: Poetry, by Dastilige Nevante

IN THE DEEP, by Astonishment, poems melted in the Winter.     I swam in the depths of her amber eyes, singing the full strength of my most intimate life. (Dastilige Nevante) This page is from the collection of poems ASTONISHMENT – STUPORE, published by Meeting Benches in the e-book versions of English and Italian: http://meetingbenches.com/book-italian-version/ http://meetingbenches.com/e-book-english-version/

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A LAND AND FOUR OR FIVE WORLDS: By Octavio Paz

A LAND AND FOUR OR FIVE WORLDS (Octavio Paz) http://www.amazon.it/Una-terra-quattro-cinque-mondi/dp/8811598702    

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WHAT STARTS AND ENDS: Poetry, María Baranda

WHAT STARTS AND ENDS That starts and ends, when she looks at the precipice of blue ink? And it is having been behind the bars of the sunrises, bent, dig now in your meat cut, scratchy tucked the summit, opening heaven in your particles under the caste rain water. Woman on which beach you will, in which your ships and ...

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WHO I AM? – Poetry, by Jiri Orten

WHO I AM? Of who I am? I am of the squalls and hedges, and herbs bowed by rain, and the clear song that warbles, the desire that is closed in her. Of who I am? I have every little thing blunt edges that never has known, the small animals that recline your head, I am of the cloud when ...

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