It seemed difficut to break it. It took quite some time but wearingly they succeeded.
They were still wet and their beaks were already asking for care.
From this very day, everytime I see the miracle of life repeating itself, I can´t but move.
THE FALLING STARS
Like falling stars I could see on the village the bright tail of the bombs.
The piercing sound of the alarm lasted all night long.
The next morning a long row of grieving evaquees paraded in front of me.
A Migratory Bird
It fulfilled the air with beauty and magic; that music seemed to come directly from heaven.
I was wondering which bird had such an incredible voice but I could not think of any. It must have been a migratory one coming from far away.
When that old gipsy neared I finally understood.
He was telling his story playing a violin.
I would have cried, being a man.
Silent and motionless, hidden behind my trunk he was waiting.
He knew they were going to come.
When they arrived she was laughing loud but as soon as she saw him she froze.
The sound of a shot and then a woman cry.
His enemy was dead.
He walked towards her and shoted again.
He died looking at her.
The night before it wasn´t there. Then, in the morning, a scented red rosebud appeared on a bush not far.
They arrived that was nearly sunset; he picked the rosebud and gifted it to her. She pinned it on the deep neckline of her summer dress.
I could not think of a more beautiful place to die on.
The Last Sun Rays
When she got out of his blue sport car she was smiling.
He was speaking at the telephone, he seemed very busy. She waited for him enjoying the last sun rays caressing her skin.
When he reached her he didn´t embrace her. He was not in love anymore and he finally said it.
Going back to his car he didn´t turn; he left her there, alone, he didn´t see the tears fulfilling her eyes
Giada Trebeschi, born in Reggio Emilia 08.08.1973 and grows up in Bologna, the city that, even after all the next movings, will always be where she really feels home. Here, in Bologne, she graduates in Lingue e Letterature Straniere and in Lettere Moderne and starts her first theatre experiences: The Merry Devils Group of Players.
The first plays, born from seminars of English Literature, are on stage in original language. The great success obtained motivates her to create professional workshops for acting, stage-direction, play-writing and choreography.
In february 2005, she gets her philosophy doctorate in Storia del Mezzogiorno e dell’Europa Mediterranea dal Medioevo all’Età Contemporanea at the University of Basilicata.
Her first novel The Ezzelino. Lords of War, Firenze Libri 2005, obtains a good success of public and was in the final of the important Italian price «Campiello – Opera Prima» of 2006.
Her last novel is “Le donne del Grimorio”