February 24, 2024 12:28 am

THE NEXT ALWAYS: A novel by Nora Roberts

THE NEXT ALWAYS Beckett is the architect of the family, and his social life consists of Beckett’s house transformation, talking shop, pizza and beer. But he’s got his eye on the other site: the girl he’s been waiting to kiss, when he was a boy of fifteen. Losing her husband, Clare, she returning to her hometown, settles into her life …

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LOST LOVE: A novel by Lucio Luterotti

LOST LOVE A narrative, where feelings and emotions bring gradually the reader close to the character, a man who lives at the end of a love affair. A short story, written in the form of a letter, and this letter expresses a State of soul, where the hope is always present. A love that will never be forgotten. A beloved …

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SONG OF LOST LOVE: By Fabrizio de Andrè

SONG OF LOST LOVE “Remember blooming violets, with our words” there will never, ever, ever “. I would tell you the same things now, but how soon, fans love to dry the roses. So for us, the love that rips the hair is lost now, all that remains is some listless caress and tenderness. And when you are in your …

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FOR MY HEART: Poetry by Pablo Neruda

FOR MY HEART For my heart just your chest, for your freedom with my wings. Out of my mouth will come up in the sky What was dormant on your soul. It’s in you the illusion each day. You like the dew on petals. Excavations on the horizon with your absence. Eternally fleeing as the wave. I said that in …

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TIMELESS BOOKS: Ernst Junger, The powder clock

http://www.amazon.com/libro-dellorologio-polvere-Ernst-J%C3%BCnger/dp/8845910997 Imagine capturing time, leaving scroll inside a clock to dust all the events and emotions. Imagine that this scan has a time dimension that you decided, and that within that space you have the chance to see sediment invisibility of what life had denied you. In the pages of the book, like a starry sky made of paper, observe …

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I ASKED YOU – Poetry, by Hermann Hesse

I ASKED YOU   I asked you because your eyes dwell in my as a star of the sky in a dark tidal surge. I’ve looked for a long time how wise a bimbo with the look, you told me then, with kindness: I love you, because you’re so sad. (Hermann Hesse)

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SOUTHEAST OF ANDRITSENA, GREECE: The wonder of Basse

Soars to a height of 1130 meters, in a wonderful position in the southern slope of Mount Likeon. To me-that I know always-it remains the most beautiful temple of Greece. If your journey in my homeland is coming don’t forget the Temple of Basse. It was erected in honor of Apollo, but that Doric hexastyle periptero has (for us all) …

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A CASKET – Poetry, by Rabindranath Tagore

A CASKET I’ll make my soul a casket for your soul, my heart skipped a dwelling for your beauty, my chest Tomb to your sorrows. I’ll love you as the grasslands like spring, and you’ll live the life of a flower under the rays of the Sun. Sing your name as the Valley sings the echo of bells; listen to …

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ONE HAND ON THE DOOR: Poetry by Kasumasa Nakagawa

ONE HAND ON THE DOOR When I shut up gets my mother. Is my mother alone in the room beyond. And I alone and silent in the room here. My mother gets up and comes once in a while. With one hand on the door trying to read my heart: I shut up let me read. Meanwhile, I was suffering …

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