The Empty Altar

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He was born from simple people, but that he never mess. Successful in life through his own power, and he knew that nothing and nobody can stop him. He also knew that he hasn‘t a great destiny, and feel good … Read More

The Dry Thistle

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The long surging summer evenings, dull and greasy, are as unfortunate as the late winter, when snow ice merges mud tight in mounds and strengthened by cold air at the edge of small paths … It is then when the … Read More

A Happy End

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The narrator had passed over half life after a life full of adventures and lessons, and had retired in the provincial city that he loved. Here he bought a modest house, but enriched with an almost savage beautiful garden and … Read More

The Mute Narrator

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He lived his life as he pleases, as he always liked: telling people what was happening around them, but he said it sometimes bitterly, sometimes humorously, satirizing characters talking about, or branding their facts, only on some he spoke tenderly. … Read More

The Untamed Bull

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In that city with white houses and bloody flowers hanging on the walls on holidays, they all went to the Arena, to celebrate Holy Days by bullfighting. It was the supreme effort of real men, those who wanted to show … Read More

The tavern

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The summer has gone as a memory of a lady of loose morals when she sees the cap of a community policeman, that she is afraid not because he fine her, but because he will require a “benefit” for himself, … Read More

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