Home, sweet home

09. June 2017 Diary 4
Home, sweet home
After almost 5 months living in Cork, returning to Valencia has become quite strange to me. When I leave my room I’m still waiting to meet one of my flatmates; when I go out on the street I still expect to see all that green landscape and hear people speaking in English; when I walk ...

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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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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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The Art of Missing

21. February 2017 Diary 4
The Art of Missing
Throughout our lives we are often forced to put aside things, sometimes because we do not believe we can devote the time they require, sometimes for health reasons and sometimes simply because we think that we do not want to continue doing them anymore, that we no longer have reason to do so. This happens, ...

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Edgar A. Poe, rest in peace

07. October 2016 Diary 0
Edgar A. Poe, rest in peace
Today, 167 years ago Edgar Allan Poe’s life came to a tragic end, and with only 40 years old The Death held his hand and took him under its icy embrace. I have no doubt that he left us too early, with 40 years old he was still too young to die. But somehow he ...

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Those rainy days

10. August 2016 Diary 0
Those rainy days
Today I’ve opened my window, today I’ve opened the shutters for first time and I’ve taken out the curtains. Today, for first time in the whole summer, natural light has entered my room, that melancholic blue light of the rainy days has entered my room. I’ve stood still in front of the window, staring at ...

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