Posts Tagged: architecture
Julia drew one building after the other while the kids sat on the low wall. She disappeared in the calle and returned after an hour. Sorry I made you wait, Julia said eventually. Let’s go, said Beth, and everyone followed
There were days when summer heat made Julia feel bloodless. Only Gaia’s efforts would force her out of bed and in the streets looking and drawing maps. One summer morning they woke up at dawn and took the FishTrain to
Giulia, Gaia and Kristen visited Locust Island for year’s end festivities. As they left the Fishtrain station, the warm air and the clear skies made them feel it was summer again, in the heart of winter.
Fourth floor said the large, bald man. Thank you, said the girls at the same time. Julia kept Gaia’s hand in hers while waiting for the elevator.
Nick the boatman drifted to sleep. He was awaken by the noise of other boats approaching the fondamenta. He straightened up, looked towards the opening at the end of the Calle of the Ovens, where Cillian has disappeared, then lowered
Well, thank you, I’ll go get another one, I’ll be here in a moment, said the woman and disappeared up the wooden stairs that led to the kitchen. She got up early every day and prepared the cakes, sweets, tarts
Shadows from the cables of the Stone Bridge sang songs for those who lingered, predicting their future. Julia, sensing danger, walked on.
One day Mara appeared in the garden, walked towards Carina’s window and lay on the grass just below her, her arms stretched open, her eyes closed. Carina thought she had never seen anyone so beautiful.