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Haiku VIII八月やHaiku VIII by Shinato-Kawasaki
Early autumn breeze
Steals a leaf
Haiku VII大雪やHaiku VII by Shinato-Kawasaki
But why does it wait,
That lone dove?
Vanity's New Maids: Api ENDVanity's New Maids: Api END by yomerome
Ellen runs and tries climbing the huge rocks. The thumps then resume forcing Jodie pulling away Ellen from the rocks. Then rocks blocking the entrance explode sending pieces all over the place. Jodie and Ellen stand up and look at the cave waiting for the dust to settle.
At the castle, Aki and Kestra clean Galatea’s dorm. As Aki dusts the lower part of the cabinet, Kestra pauses looking at the mirror over the furniture. She sees their merged bodies as she tights her lips.
“Stop worrying, we don’t look like a monster.” Aki says without even turning up. “Keep dusting or you’ll start weeping.”
“How…? Did I think aloud?” Kestra asks surprise, but then says after a pause. “You don’t like seeing me crying… You think you are not doing good enough protecting me…”
Aki stops working and looks at Kestra. She tries saying something, but soon her face turns red. Kestra can’t contain herself and
A Turkish Bride in Japan : Chapter II日本語はこちらへ：トルコ人の花嫁A Turkish Bride in Japan : Chapter II by AsiaNur
Today is the Feast of Sacrifice, a festival celebrated by Muslims worldwide, honouring the sacrifice of Prophet Abraham in obedience to a command from The God. Muslims who are able to do so, sacrifice an animal like sheep, cow or camel, and share the meat with their friends and neighbours, or donate it to the poor and needy in their or other countries, for the sake of The God.
In many Muslim communities, the day starts with celebrating each other after the festival prayer. Wearing their best -mostly new- clothes, the kids kiss their elders' hands as a way of showing respect and receive pocket-money from them. Then during the four days of festival holiday, relatives and friends visit each other, and have meals together, which usually is m
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