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Neither land nor sea. I loved you because the desire for you was stronger than any happiness. And someone -a father, a lover, someone- able to take us by the hand and find that river -imagine it, invent it- and put us on its stream, with the lightness of one only word, goodbye. This, really, would be wonderful. It would be sweet, life, every life.

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Neither land nor sea. I loved you because the desire for you was stronger than any happiness. And someone -a father, a lover, someone- able to take us by the hand and find that river -imagine it, invent it- and put us on its stream, with the lightness of one only word, goodbye.

This, really, would be wonderful. It would be sweet, life, every life. Be wounded, also. Die because of them. But everything would be, finally, human. Clement way, and beautiful. A way from here to the sea. I know perfectly well what the question is. Che sia troppo tardi, madame. Di quando il destino finalmente si schiude, e diventa sentiero distinto, e ormai inequivocabile, e direzione certa.

Si vorrebbe non finisse mai. Il gesto di consegnarsi al destino. Sapere dove. E raggiungerlo. Qualunque sia, il destino. E sono stata ovunque, stando con te. The beach. And the sea. The easel is anchored by slender cords to four stones placed on the sand. It sways imperceptibly in the wind that always blows from the north. He is standing, facing the sea, twirling a slim paintbrush between his fingers. On the easel, a canvas. He has no names or addresses to put on the envelopes: but he has a life to recount.

And to whom, if not to her? Perfino tu, a poco a poco, hai cessato di essere un desiderio e sei diventato un ricordo. Fa la sua strada. E tu la tua. E non sono la stessa strada. Volevo salvarmi, ecco: salvarmi. Ma ho capito tardi da che parte bisognava andare: dalla parte dei desideri. Sono i desideri che salvano. Tu stai con loro, e ti salverai. Se le dai tempo, alla vita, lei si rigira in un modo strano, inesorabile: e tu ti accorgi che a quel punto non puoi desiderare qualcosa senza farti del male.

Non se ne esce. Quando era troppo tardi, io ho iniziato a desiderare. Con tutta la forza che avevo. Mi sono fatto tanto di quel male che tu non te lo puoi nemmeno immaginare. For it to be too late, Madame. Няма имена и няма адреси, които да сложи на пликовете - но има един живот за разказване. И на кого, ако не на нея? Или може би просто ще обърне кутията и слисана пред смешния снеговалеж от писма, ще се усмихне, казвайки на този мъж - Ти си луд.

И завинаги ще го обикне. И е щастлив дори, с такива неща. И би могло да не свършва никога. Но ето че един ден се случва така, че нещо се счупва в сърцето на голямото фантастично построение, так, без никаква причина, счупва се внезапно, и ти стоиш и не разбираш как така цялата тази приказна история вече не е в теб, а пред теб, сякаш е лудостта на някой друг, а този друг си ти.

Понякога стига едно нищо. Дори само въпрос, който изплува. Това стига. Quasi ogni giorno ormai da anni, prende la penna in mano e le scrive.

Non ha nomi e non ha indirizzi da mettere sulle buste: ma ha una vita da raccontare. E a chi se non a lei?

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Ocean Sea by Baricco

Ocean Sea Ocean Sea About book: There was about a minute when I was a little girl when I wanted to play baseball with the boys, and my dad was trying to teach me some stuff. But the boys were watching and I wanted to beat them, so I swung for the fences anyway. Cycle, rinse, repeat. In the prose and subject matter of Ocean Sea Baricco seems to have adopted a somewhat similar mentality. Granted his goal is probably a bit more noble. Rather than beating neighborhood boys, he wants to provide a meditation on the idea of the sea, what it has meant, what it used to mean and what it has become, and most importantly, what possibilities it holds for people who need it.

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Shelves: fiction , the-continent , romantical , 21st-century There was about a minute when I was a little girl when I wanted to play baseball with the boys, and my dad was trying to teach me some stuff. I was about five when this happened, but I remember one of the first things he said to me was that, You cant always swing for the fences. Which was good advice, because not only did I miss the ball most of the time, but given the size and the velocity at which I swung the bat, more often than not I ended up flat on my butt. But the boys were watching and I There was about a minute when I was a little girl when I wanted to play baseball with the boys, and my dad was trying to teach me some stuff.

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