Apud Umbra et Lux [NOOK Book]

Overview

Cosa rara es pensar en el futuro, siempre he
tratado de pensar en el presente, y vivir mí día, día.
Jamás me he puesto a hacer planes de mi propia vida,
el solo pensar ...
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Apud Umbra et Lux

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Overview

Cosa rara es pensar en el futuro, siempre he
tratado de pensar en el presente, y vivir mí día, día.
Jamás me he puesto a hacer planes de mi propia vida,
el solo pensar que la vida termina marcándose en cada
arruga en tu cuerpo, me hace ser reacia a toda clase de
vislumbramientos futuros. Por eso me he apegado al
presente, pensando en que todo estaba resuelto para mí,
nada en el mundo podía arruinar mi maravilloso cielo
que había construido junto a las personas que amaba.
Y justo ahora, cuando todo parece ser color cielo,
pero no me imagine… ¿Qué color?
Porque cuando llega el atardecer las tinieblas
envuelven en caricias al cielo, tornándolo oscuro,
de una manera angustiante y aterradora.
¿Por qué en mí cielo no hay luna ni estrellas?
Cuando las respuestas se dan sin haberlas pedido a
preguntas que tuve a lo largo de mi vida sin buscarlas
o quizá de alguna manera las deje arrinconadas en lo
más profundo de mi alma, para no tener respuestas,
siempre las ignore… Hoy solo me queda enfrentar
mi realidad que siempre se ha ocultado en la oscuridad,
debo luchar por ese mundo que ahora es mío.
¿Quiénes son buenos y quienes son malos?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014596060
  • Publisher: Windmills Intl. Editions, Inc.
  • Publication date: 7/12/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 845 KB

Meet the Author

Emily Ro
Seudónimo de
Zulma Verónica Cerritos de Monroy

Nací en San Salvador (Republica de El Salvador), el 8 de enero de 1980.
Me gradué en docencia educativa de la Universidad Don Bosco.
Estoy casada, tengo un hijo y a la espera de otro.
Mi sueño de ser escritora se marco a los 7 años, ya que esperaba en cierto modo que los cuentos que mi mami me contaba se hicieran realidad, mi mami ha sido de mucha influencia relatándome noche a noche los cuentos de los hermanos Grimm para apartarme de la guerra que estaba aconteciendo en esa época.
El primer libro que leí fueron los cuentos de Edgar Allan Poe convirtiéndose en uno de mis escritores favoritos a él se le unen Jane Austen, J. R. R. Tolkien.
La fantasía, el misterio, terror y amor fueron creando mundos inimaginables en mi mente decidiendo así escribir mi primer libro.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Dylan

    (Done with bio)*walks around*

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    Fi

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    Derek

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    Posted September 25, 2013

    Cassi is locked out

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    Posted September 22, 2013

    Someone

    Someone watched from the shadows.

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    Posted September 20, 2013

    Momo

    She flies in on her steampunk wings.

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    Posted September 20, 2013

    KM

    The young man continued watching. The drgoness dozed

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    Posted September 25, 2013

    Dylan

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    Posted September 19, 2013

    TheSilentOne and Greeya

    ((Hey, I just made a bio for Greeya and my silent girl, just look at hrr bio to get what Im talking about, im going to act like Greeya has always been here, by the way.))

    The mute girl was sitting with her legs pulled in, arms wrapped around legs, head resting on knees and watching the small fire she had built with alert black eyes. She had the dull old dagger she had found in the woods a while back, sitting next to her. She had never used it before. Not even to kill food, she just couldnt kill anything so, she was a vegetarian unless meat was handed to her, or stolen of course.

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    Posted September 24, 2013

    Journey

    Thinks.

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