"Muhalif asırdan döndük yanan volkana ey Kerkük
Ayak altında kalmış sâha-i Balkana ey Kerkük
Görünce gamlı gamlı göz önünde kupkuru çayın
Gözümden yaş akar, yaşlar döner al kana ey Kerkük
Yazık ağyare teslim oldu en kıymetli emlâkin,
Alınmışken onun her taşı yûzbin cana ey Kerkük.
Senin bu şanlı yurdunda akarken su gibi altın,
Neden oldu ahalin derbeder her yana ey Kerkük."
Tengo una prima modelo @_ketchie_ ;) En realidad es ingeniera pero es guapísima 😍
Ella tiene su #Dámaris y me llena el corazón cada vez que pienso en ella y recuerdo los momentos que hemos compartido juntas.
Los torrejoneros podéis haceros con esta novela que afortunadamente está teniendo bonitas críticas en las librerías Eurotorrejón, Lisboa y Arriero.
También está en La Casa del Libro de Gran Via (Madrid). En la web podéis pedirla a través de Amazon (link en mi bio). Y sonreír y soñar, que con constancia y sacrificio se consigue hasta lo imposible.
Besazos. Buen día!
Just found a few copies of the Phoenix, an English periodical, mainly focused on arts and literature which we as a group of a few university students decided to publish about 15 years ago. A great task achieved with the lowest available facilities of its time but with the highest hopes and motivations... It drawn me into my world of beautiful moments of a joyful team working with a group of great friends…
Even though we may have changed during years and we are all finding our new places in the World, those great times we shared working together on Phoenix were simply priceless…
“Rumi and Shams teach us not only the importance of friendship as a civilizing conduct in the affairs of men, but also how important it is to identify friendship with a power that is not of ourselves.”
I meant to put the review of this book here on bookstagram like 2 days ago, but I forgot 😂 Anyway, you can read the full review on my blog. The link is up on my bio as usual 😉
Warriors of love is a book that combines the memoirs and history of Jalaluddin Rumi's friendship with Shams of Tabriz and Rumi's poems of him.
Shams and Rumi's friendship is described as some sort of spiritual love and seeing God in the same light. There are many moments when I read this book that I kind of feel that maybe Rumi and Shams are not just friends, but more. When I read Cowan narratives I really feel like friendship is not a strong enough word to described what Rumi and Shams had.
If you’re looking for a book about poetry or poet and the story behind their poems, especially if you’re a fan of Rumi’s works—you would probably adore this book. There are also some fun and interesting part about Islam’s history and Sufism through the life of Rumi and Shams.
B A L I (3)
Jika telah tiba waktunya
Izinkan aku tetap melangkah saja
Pergi ke mana saja
Aku tahu akan habis waktuku
Oleh karena itu
Izinkan aku sekali lagi berlabuh kembali dalam altarmu
Aku tahu tak akan bisa membawamu
Oleh karena itu
Izinkan aku merekammu dengan mataku
Aku tahu tak bisa menggapaimu
Oleh karena itu
Izinkan aku menggenggammu
Aku tak bisa memilikimu
Oleh karena itu
Izinkan aku menyimpanmu dalam ingatan
Dan lautmu yang biru selalu lurus dengan hatiku yang merah jambu
Langitmu tak kalah biru
Adalah atap pemancar rasa syahdu
Izinkan aku melinangkan air mata kali ini
Agar rasa asinnya menyatu dengan rasa asin lautmu
Aku tak bisa seterang awan dalam menemani
Juga tak bisa setulus ombak dalam menghiburmu
Jika kau ingin tahu seperti apa aku untukmu
Cintaku seperti udara
Ada namun tiada
Tak terbilang namun kasat mata
Hanya bisa kau rasa
Tanpa bisa kau simpan dalam dada
Semarang, 23 September 2017
( @ariyani_jingga )
• 2 anni dopo...🌸😞
Emma e Niccolò si erano fidanzati oramai da più di un'anno ma ora le cose nn andavano più tanto bene...
Niccolò stava frequentando una certa Asia trascurando sempre più Emma.
Fino a quando si lasciarono e lui andò a vivere con Asia😔
• 10 anni dopo
Emma si era ammalata di cancro, stava davvero male...
non aveva nessuno, sperava che almeno Niccolò sapendo che lei stava male sarebbe venuto a trovarla.
Gli scrisse una lettera...🌸
Da quando mi hai lasciata ti penso sempre e ti confesso che mi manchi tanto.😔
Volevo solo farti sapere che circa 4 anni fa mi sono ammalata di cancro.
Sto davvero male, i medici dicono che forse questi sono i miei ultimi giorni...
mi piacerebbe vederti per l'ultima volta.
Sei l'unico che mi rimane...
sono rimasta sola.😔
Niccolò andrà da lei?
Ma soprattutto lui che fine ha fatto in tutti questi anni?
Continuo a 15 like e 10 commenti❤
Title: The Naming of the Dead
Author: Ian Rankin
Length: 515 pgs
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The leaders of the free world descend on Scotland for an international conference, and every cop in the country is needed for front-line duty...except one. John Rebus's reputation precedes him, and his bosses don't want him anywhere near Presidents Bush and Putin, which explains why he's manning an abandoned police station when a call comes in. During a preconference dinner at Edinburgh Castle, a delegate has fallen to his death. Accident, suicide, or something altogether more sinister? And is it linked to a grisly find close to the site of the gathering? Are the world's most powerful men at risk from a killer? While the government and secret services attempt to hush the whole thing up, Rebus knows he has only seventy-two hours to find the answers.
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VV/ This week's read 🙌 A classic that ought to be read by all 🤓📚When traveling, I always have time to kill in the lounge. During this time, I take the opportunity to read 😌
Man's Search for Meaning is a 1946 book by Viktor Frankl chronicling his experiences as an Auschwitz concentration camp inmate during World War II, and describing his psychotherapeutic method, which involved identifying a purpose in life to feel positively about, and then immersively imagining that outcome.
So I finally, finally, FINALLY got through #adiscoveryofwitches ! Took me quite a while - in the beginning partially because I wasn't too fond of Diana's prodigy character and then in the end, I struggeled with how the last 100 pages or so dragged on. From the time Matthew and Diana reach her home, most of the tension seemed lost to me, and the story became somewhat muddled up.
Also, the relationship between both MCs is mainly the stereotypical, expected love story - they see each other, they are drawn to each other, eternal love after a month or so. Then again, I was surprised at the lack of explicut scenes - somehow I expected some of this book based on my initial impression. 😂
What I liked, however, was that the story tried to do something new with witches, vampires and demons. Also, Matthew, the vampiric MC, is believably old for the most part; I feel that many vampire characters usually claim to be old but never really depict this. Here, the older vampires have lived through history. 👍
All in all, ADOW is not a story that I would hype up too much, as it has its flaws - a somewhat confused story, partially, and at 718 pages, it is decidedly too long (this monstrum!!). Still, if you're willing to work through the first volume of a series of this length, it is an enjoyable read, all in all. I might not get the second one any time soon though, because while it was good, it also wasn't a story that stands apart from all the other fantasy/ vampire romance adventure books. 😅