Nuptial Superstitons or Traditions? Part I

When my gown was stolen, an old Egyptian woman told me that it would be cursed. No one would ever wear it to marry and be happy. My tale tells more. Here are a few other traditions or superstitions.

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A-B-C- A-L-MODOVAR ABRACADABRA

Dir: Pedro Almodovar Film critics speak of idiom. In linguistics the terms is technical. In Spanish, un idioma is a language. In ALMODOVAR’s cinema, idiom means his vast repertory of images that make the viewer breathe, feel, smell Spain.  Like magic, almost magic realism. This director captures the power of a headkerchief plus the creamy […]

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FLASH FICTION 100 words a la CORTAZAR

Flash fiction a la CORTAZAR At Your Fingertip Clicking on and off, scrolling, swiping, the fingertip longed for something soft, human. Sticky smudged screens no longer satisfied any tactile sensitivity. Like a child’s thumb, the digit went to play in the warm mouth. Yet tension from the jaw tightened and brightened teeth scratched the flesh. […]

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