# Bread

Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
Lou emptied the last traps and the twisting eels lay at the bottom of his boat. The moon was good and that always affected the catch. Now he picked up one of the umbrellas where short lines with hooks hung from each truss. He had carefully pricked the bait around the hooks, otherwise the eels would not bite. He could not complai...
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25/01/2018 07:09
Door B B Koster gepubliceerd in
Part one Now even the first covenant had regulations of divine worship and the earthly sanctuary. For there was a tabernacle prepared, the outer one, in which were the lampstand and the table and the sacred bread; this is called the holy place. Behind the second veil there was a tabernacle which is called the Holy of Holies, hav...
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19/10/2017 12:47
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
Louis raised his arm and the men from the village looked expectantly at the old farmer. "My friends are here with announcements," he said, "give them your attention." The wolfman stood next to Celema and the jute men formed a closing post at the exit. "It's been a long time ago, too long since I've been here," Celema began. "It ...
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25/11/2017 16:47
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
The TV was on at full blast in the hotel when we entered. It was always like that in Andalucia and it had taken a while for San to accept that it was seen as a "cozy" background noise. At the bar there were some men talking, who very clearly were only passing time. "That's where we are going," said Celema and approached the grou...
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22/06/2017 17:00
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
The meal had been especially good and the cook had disappeared from sight. San had a lot to think about, he was lost in thought and sat next to Celema, who directed the car again to the Roman bridge. José was the first to break the silence. "So what do you say," he wanted to know. " San thought back to the old man who had eaten...
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24/06/2017 19:37
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
I stepped outside again through the side door and bowed to the Enoch in the distance and touched my third eye, a shiver ran over my back. My mother would have said, "Somebody's walking over your grave." What a nasty statement that was, and incomprehensible if you thought about it. If so you were in a grave, suggesting that you c...
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22/09/2017 23:58
Door Chrisrik gepubliceerd in
Het superfood uit de zee Het klinkt ons niet bekend in de oren en ja … ‘onbekend maakt onbemind’. Maar specialisten omschrij...
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21/01/2016 19:59
Door Asmay gepubliceerd in
Afscheid van een Rhinestone Cowboy Glen Campbell heeft zijn laatste album gemaakt. De als countryzanger begonnen Amerikaan heeft o...
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21/10/2016 09:17
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
Ezechïel was glad that the Armageddon talks were behind him. The Chinese problem, it seemed was the most important, it would numerically and economically destroy Western society, if nothing was done to intervene. A day later he had lunched with Mr. Big who was in amazement about the Church of Scientology. 'You need to follow a ...
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02/11/2016 06:15
Door Jules Grandgagnage gepubliceerd in
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Coxhoe Hall, nabij Durham (Engeland), 6 maart 1806 – Florence, 29 juni 1861) was een politiek geëngageerde, hoogontwikkelde protofeministe en vooral een van de meest vooraanstaande dichters van het Victoriaanse tijdperk. Haar poëzie was tijdens haar leven zowel in Engeland als in de Verenigde Stat...
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14/05/2018 14:37
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
Petrarca, who devised the concept / term of the European "dark ages" (Middle Ages) Petrarca ushered in the early Renaissance, the re-awakening of humanity from the dark, unsafe and evil middle ages. Renaissance means literally, rebirth, awakening. Slowly picking up a society from the ruins of the fallen Roman Empire. The enlight...
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09/12/2018 19:29
Door San Daniel gepubliceerd in
It was warm and the ground showed cracks because of the drought that had reigned for months and the leaves of the olives were drawn together pointing upwards from thirst. I walked up the first field to the balsa, a tank that kept 40 cubic meters of water, it was buried and fed by an asequia, a stone trench that ran miles through...
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