Libraries is our common soul

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Biblioteken, vår gemensamma själ

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I like libraries. They’re full of books and people in reading silence. You might think, silence – how boring. But, there’s a lot more sounds in libraries than anywhere else. You just don’t hear them as normal sounds.

Just take a look at a bookshelf with lots of books in it. Think of what’s in those books. I don’t mean the paper and the letters. I think of all the stories they carrying and the noises all things make in those stories. When we read the books we can hear the sounds. And yes, Thumbup says that it is possible for deaf people to hear the sounds too.

I read good news about our library in Trosa. We are best in the county of keeping the library open.

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The Opportunistic Emperor (Snippets 56)

Windows into History

Bellerophon_and_NapoleonIn 1835 an Autobiography of an Irish Traveller was published anonymously, although the author reveals his identity during the course of the book as Walter Brabazon, from Cork. He met many interesting people during his travels, but one of his most fascinating anecdotes concerns an old soldier he met in France. He was a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars, and offered a valuable insight into the character of the Emperor. Napoleon broke with tradition by promoting soldiers to the officer class on basis of merit rather than just background, and the following is a good example of how he made the best of the people he had to work with. It is quite a lengthy quote due to its anecdotal nature, but it is well worth the effort, because it is a lovely little story!

On arriving near the town, we saw a diligence, full of passengers, sticking fast in…

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Ant At Work

The Inspiration Shots

iPhoneOgraphy – 24 Feb 2016 (Day 55/366)

Ants are eusocial insects of the family Formicidae and, along with the related wasps and bees, belong to the order Hymenoptera. Ants evolved from wasp-like ancestors in the mid-Cretaceous period between 110 and 130million years ago and diversified after the rise of flowering plants. More than 12,500 of an estimated total of 22,000 species have been classified. They are easily identified by their elbowed antennae and the distinctive node-like structure that forms their slender waists.

Ants form colonies that range in size from a few dozen predatory individuals living in small natural cavities to highly organised colonies that may occupy large territories and consist of millions of individuals. Larger colonies consist mostly of sterile, wingless females forming castes of “workers”, “soldiers”, or other specialised groups. Nearly all ant colonies also have some fertile males called “drones” and one or more fertile females called…

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The Dusk…and a gift for you!

Poet Rummager

Photo by –FlyTrapMan–

The Dusk

Fingertips on her skin.
Shivering yet warm.

Chilled to the touch,
yet his eyes burn.

Frantic beating of hearts.
Lips softly meeting.

Forever is whispered
with no promises spoken.

Feeling his breath,
she arches her back –

freely accepting the plunge
of his fangs.

Pain intermixed with pleasure.
She screams in silence –

relinquishing the dawn
to relish the dusk.

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The dark stuff.



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