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GROW: Poetry, by Dastilige Nevante

GROW I grew in my days picking them up neatly in ponytail. Now that are so many I untie them wildly, but I gain in the spontaneity. (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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THE EVENING WENT WEAR HEAVY SHOES: They found that the clear desert sky remained suspended in an intense cobalt blue

Both had discovered, to their cost, that the journey had to be faced with light clothing and a wool sweater for the cold desert nights. Remembered that the evening went wear heavy shoes, because they were common in dry climates scorpions and snakes. Vowed to remember that the people of northern Kenya refused to be photographed, it was good to ...

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A WINE WITH A FRAGRANCE THAT BEGINS WITH HAWTHORN FLOWERS: Outside the restaurant we see that it has stopped raining

We eat the soft flesh of sea bass baked in foil, as that is the best way, using just a few condiments, to preserve the aroma and the flavor In serving the dish, I open the wrapping, with a cross-cut along its top. She ordered a Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, from the cellar of Fazi Battaglia. It is a ...

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THE INVISIBLE SEA WITHOUT WATER: The clay wasn’t only an extremely fine sediment lithified

Even the man on Rover Discovery, sitting next to the woman from the rebellious curl, had a dream: to always remember that having a personal space was the key to keeping alive the flame of desire, that invisible sea of emotions without water where in silence and without any map get in a bank any of their special Isle of ...

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THEY WATCHED THEIR COLLEAGUE HARNESSED UP: They were all watching the little underground lake

The horizontal progression for those who travel by underground environment, requires caution, and only in the narrow maze suspended, as in that case, they adorned the floor slippery. The huge underground environment from which to access the upper end of the cave, could be overcome with a static rope with low elongation, or with a flexible schedule, but the team ...

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A PLACE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO REACH BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Giorgio crossed the fertile central highlands of Kenya

Giorgio Ramadori, sales person for a multinational pharmaceutical company, that summer had entrusted the two sons ex-wife. He had taken two weeks off, they had to take him away from the memories of a failed marriage and the gossip of Morciano di Romagna, where he lived, and where everyone knew everything about everyone. He chose a place and an organized ...

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I CAN STAY A FEW MORE TIME WITH MY FRIEND: I feel her hand on my side when we walk

Workers are putting away cables and equipment, obviously it’s getting late and photographic survey of what was promised as an intriguing exhumation is postponed until tomorrow. Exiting the plastic sheeting used to protect the area of the Malatesta tombs from the looks of curious passers-by, we step into the street, and found that outside it is drizzling. After having taken ...

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LEDA: Poetry, by Rubén Darío

LEDA     The swan in the snow shadow appears; its beak is amber, candles dawn; the soft twilight that passes so brief candid dyes your wings of light. And then, in waves of blue lake, after dawn lost its glow, wings outstretched neck and remove the retainers, Silver Swan is bathed in sunlight. That is, when the feathers silk ...

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FOG: Romance, by Miguel de Unamuno

FOG After a hundred years after its publication, this novel retains its freshness immutable. Flipping through its pages, you can discover the world of all time, full of events large and small, those that surround our lives. Reading the story of Augusto and Eugenia, you travel a controversial lines that speak of love, reeling into the events, situations where the ...

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THE CAIRO TRILOGY: Romance, by Naguib Mahfouz

THE CAIRO TRILOGY Three novels’ Arabic titles (Bayn al-Qasrayn, Qasr al-Shawq and Al-Sukkariyya), follows the life of the Cairene patriarch. From 1919, arriving in 1944, you can read about that life’s microcosm, where you can see the development of society, with the influence on the role of women. Reading, you can discover that the social progress will be the result ...

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