September 21, 2017 7:04 am

DANCING IN THE EMOTIONS: On the edge of a piece of eternity, sniffing intentions

………………………………………………They both danced in the memory of places and the colors, sounds and emotions, holding tight to the green clove of eternity bathed by their sexual secretions. Jacques was as stunned by that boundary unknown, where he had heard child and man at the same time, as they were two brackets olfactory, within which be able to inhale all his ...

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DINNER WITH GUIDOBALDO: Inside the magnificent ducal houses, drinking and eating what has not been forgotten

………………………………. At the beginning of the century, Cesare Borgia had briefly taken possession Senigallia, turning the fortress to his mansion. Returning to the Della Rovere, the structure had become the seat of their artillery school. Flanked to Guidobaldo, Giacomo Malatesta walking on the long wooden bridge that separated the fortress from the huge parade ground, on which overlooked the Ducal ...

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RUFIJI RIVER, TANZANIA: Far from the ghosts of the past, under a cobalt blue sky

…………………………………………Giorgio was translating from the Travel Guide – were a few pages of presentation of those fascinating places – next to Cristiana, who sat to the side window, watching from the airplane the colors of a continent she never visited before, him listening, and warmed herself to his excitement. After landing at the airport in Dar es Salaam, and carried ...

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MATSUO BASHO: PENETRATES THE SILENCE IN THE ROCK

The silence penetrates into the rock a song of cicadas.       The first snow! Just to fold the leaves of asphodel.       Traveling, sick the way of my dreams on a marsh drained.     The old pond! The frog dives – The sound of water.           (Matsuo Bashō – 1644/1694)

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THE BALCONY OF WONDER: Urbino and its Renaissance Ducal Palace. Jewels of brick and stone suspended between heaven and earth

………………………………………………They had abandoned Rome from Porta Fontinalis, and after the bifurcation of Narni took for Flaminia Nova, that through Terni, Spoleto and Foligno had conducted to Passo of Scheggia. They would not have continued to Fano, because before the Furlo tunnel had diverted to Pelingo in the direction of Fermignano. In a short time, Giacomo and his small entourage would ...

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