Monthly Archives: June, 2013

Dreamy girl

Rain is back. Most people hate this weather, but me. I love sunny days in winter, but choose humid and cold days in summer.  It is nice not to postpone my daily walk until evening and to wear socks and sweaters instead of blisters and suffocations.As soon as I woke up, I opened the window …

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Miscellany

I am listening to Schumann while the washing machine is on. Melancholia and romanticism are always welcome despite blue and gleeful sky. Rain would go better with this music. I am finding difficult to post here: writing in English is more difficult and exhausting. The land of sleep and its kindness and tranquility have escaped from …

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Relief

Restless nights give me headache, unbearable mood and anxiety. My mind accelerates so much that wanders from one worry to another, a frenzy of activity that extenautes body and soul. Fixing my thoughts on one little thing or enjoying the pleasures of living become unattainable accomplishments while simple chores turn into heroic deeds. Last Saturday …

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Time for roses

My bedroom furniture has been with me since I was a teenager. It is decorated with hand-painted roses and I used to hate it. Accepting myself also means embracing my surroundings; objects and landscapes speak of dreams and characters. I find these furnishings beautiful and romantic; years ago they were just prissy and only wished …

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Sweetness

I did not sleep last night, too much agitation. I lied down on the sofa with doors and windows opened to expel cold from the house I call home even if it is not. It has been a bitterly cold winter until May and today has been almost like summer. Sweet music has touched my …

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Blood and flesh

I am at ease with my obsessions. A good night’s sleep is a blessing. To reach destination and to acquire knowledge do not seem impossible in this chilly morning of June. I wish I could rest more and go earlier to bed. Mornings are incredibly beautiful and fruitful. Words come more easily and they are …

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