Posts Tagged: kindness
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
Where are they going? They take passengers to Shelter Island, said Julia. At night? They have lanterns. What is the color of the sea at night? Black, as the sky. How are they going to find their way? They
When the hero returned he was changed. He was older than people remembered, his beard was short and white and, more than anything, he had become kind. He never was kind in his youth, his intelligence unsettling to others, his
Upon those who step into the same rivers, different and again different waters flow, said Gaia. Julia listened quietly, her eyes focused on the candle’s dancing flame.
Carina watched Mara when she walked in Olivolo Castle’s gardens. Carina lived in a stone annex to the Castle which had a grated window opened inside the Castle’s walls, covered year round by Ivy. Carina spent hours looking through the window
Julia’s legs led her to a woman who was painting a flower. She watched her for a few minutes, until her hands told her to draw, right there, the woman and the flower on her notebook. She returned home hungry just