So che tutto questo è difficile da sopportare Vorrei prendere il tuo dolore e sputarlo fuori, come veleno Come si fa quando la vipera assale. Ma non è la vipera ad averti attaccata, bensì una creatura più bastarda; la morte, che non può essere annullata, davanti a cui non possiamo nulla. Mi farei guscio vuotoContinue reading “Come veleno”
The girl laid on the ground Silence in her mouth and crickets in her ears. All around her children shouted and played And she wondered “what if I’m bound to stay here?” After the first moment of shock she realised She had nothing to lose or fear And that, after all, it wasn’t such aContinue reading “Grass embracing”
The girl lays on the ground Silence in her mouth and crickets in her ears. Her white dress shines and grass embraces her Death omen.
There’s someone at my door He’s knocking all along. He keeps shouting “mon trésor” I don’t want to open, oh no But the shouting goes on, “mon trésor, mon trésor”…
As time passes by I realise my condition. And I sing songs whose words I don’t know, And I dream of things I will never own. I’m stuck here.
Hello bookworms! How are you? I hope you’re all safe and sound. Today I’d like to talk about something personal: the experience of working and studying at the same time. Have you ever tried it? Last October I decided to enrol at university again. I’m an English teacher, but I desperately wanted (and still want)Continue reading “My thoughts on working and studying at the same time”
Today I’m thinking about you. I often do that, but today is special. Thoughts are haunting me. Today is your birthday. And I think about all the missed chances, All the times we could have talked to each other, All the times we could have had a laugh together. If only things had gone differently.Continue reading “Today I’m thinking about you”
Hello, bookworms! How are you? I hope 2021 has started in the best possible way for you. Today I’d like to write something about my last reading: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Well, what a book! I enjoyed every single word of it. I must admit that I watched the Netflix TVContinue reading “The Haunting of Hill House: elements in common between Shirley Jackson’s novel and the Netflix TV series”
Hello bookworms! I hope your holidays are going well. Today it’s raining where I live, so I’m writing wrapped up in a blanket and enjoying the sound of the rain tapping on my window. Lovely! I’ve recently finished reading 1984 by George Orwell. Immense book. Amazing. I must admit I was a little discouraged atContinue reading “Review: 1984 by George Orwell”
Hello bookworms! Today I’d like to share my thoughts on what is traditionally believed to be Stephen King’s masterpiece: It. I’ve been meaning to read it forever, and finally I did. Well, I must say that, whereas I enjoyed the most of it, there were some elements that just weren’t my cup of tea. ReadyContinue reading “My thoughts on Stephen King’s It”