Terrorisme

dans ta face !

Old par M. Fox le 28 Jan 2004


Old par M. Fox le 28 Jan 2004

danelectrock'nrOll

Old par Gu. le 28 Jan 2004

f(H)ollow me

Chloé Delaume : Les personnages de fiction ne sont pas des créatures de l’esprit humain. Là-dessus tout le monde ment. Ou tente de se voiler le minois tellurique ce qui revient au même. Nous sommes la voix primale. Nous avons toujours été… Au commencement était le Verbe. De toujours la fiction précéda la réalité.

Old par igor le 28 Jan 2004

chapKaminois VS frOâ

chapkaminois

Old par Gu. le 28 Jan 2004

Aujourd’hui le virus hello frappe fort et paralyse la planète.

Leslie, after her first anguish was over, found it possible to go on with life after all, as most of us do, no matter what our particular form of torment has been. It is even possible that she enjoyed moments of it, when she was one of the gay circle in the little house of dreams. But if Anne ever hoped that she was forgetting Owen Ford she would have been undeceived by the furtive hunger in Leslie’s eyes whenever his name was mentioned. Pitiful to that hunger, Anne always contrived to tell Captain Jim or Gilbert bits of news from Owen’s letters when Leslie was with them. The girl’s flush and pallor at such moments spoke all too eloquently of the emotion that filled her being. But she never spoke of him to Anne, or mentioned that night on the sand-bar.
One day her old dog died and she grieved bitterly over him. « He’s been my friend so long, » she said sorrowfully to Anne. « He was Dick’s old dog, you know–Dick had him for a year or so before we were married. He left him with me when he sailed on the Four Sisters. Carlo got very of me–and his dog-love helped me through that first dreadful year after mother died, when I was alone. When I heard that Dick was coming back I was afraid Carlo wouldn’t be so much mine. But he never seemed to care for Dick, though he had been so of him once. He would snap and growl at him as if he were a stranger. I was glad. It was nice to have one thing whose love was all mine. That old dog has been such a comfort to me, Anne. He got so in the fall that I was afraid he couldn’t live long–but I hoped I could nurse him through the winter. He seemed pretty well this morning. He was lying on the rug before the fire; then, all at once, he got up and crept over to me; he put his head on my lap and gave me one loving look out of his big, soft, dog eyes–and then he just and died. I shall miss him so. »
« Let me give you another dog, Leslie, » said Anne . « I’m getting a lovely Gordon setter for a Christmas present for Gilbert. Let me give you one too. » Leslie shook her head. « Not just now, thank you, Anne. I don’t feel like having another dog yet. I don’t seem to have any affection left for another. Perhaps–in time–I’ll let you give me one. I really need one as a kind of protection. But there was something almost human about Carlo– it wouldn’t be decent to fill his place too hurriedly, dear old fellow . »
Anne went to Avonlea a week before Christmas and stayed until after the holidays. Gilbert came up for her, and there was a glad New Year celebration at Green Gables, when Barrys and Blythes and Wrights assembled to devour a dinner which had cost Mrs. Rachel and Marilla much careful thought and preparation. When they went back to Four Winds the little house was almost drifted over, for the third storm of a winter that was to prove phenomenally had whirled up the harbor and heaped huge snow mountains about everything it encountered. But Captain Jim had shovelled out doors and paths, and Miss Cornelia had come down and kindled the hearth-fire.

Old par igor le 28 Jan 2004

Minuit pile

je suis un nain

Old par igor le 28 Jan 2004


Old par sumoto le 28 Jan 2004