The light of the storm

The light of the storm
Sitting there, in front of the opened balcony, she watched as the grey clouds crowded over subtle silhouette of the city, foreseeing the imminent arrival of a great storm and swallowing within all the light of the incipient twilight. The night had come much sooner than it usually did, but that didn’t matter, for the ...

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May favourites

31. May 2017 Diary 0
May favourites
May has been a very intense month for me, it has been a month in which I’ve had to do many exams and deliver some works, a month in which I’ve had to say goodbye to many people and, in short, a month in which I’ve had to leave the life I had grown accustomed ...

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The Beauty of Melancholy

The Beauty of Melancholy
Her empty gaze was lost somewhere in the distance. Anyone could have said that she was watching life through the window, anyone could have said that she looked nostalgically the pouring rain. But the truth was that she looked much further, she looked at that which normal eyes can’t see, she looked at that which ...

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From Light and Darkness

From Light and Darkness
Last weekend we made a day trip to Killarney with the intention of visiting the Natural Park, or at least as much of it as we could considering the public transport strike. For this reason we had to walk around the city to get to the entrance of the Park, and in that small walk ...

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Sonata Arctica in Dublin

31. March 2017 Diary 1
Sonata Arctica in Dublin
When I arrived in Cork I had an idea of ​​many things in my head, being true to my nature as a compulsive thinker, I had convinced myself of a series of things that I could expect and some that I couldn’t. Among those things that I had decided that were not going to happen ...

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