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Quarantine diary: final reflections

The school year 2019/20 runs, it is the year of covid 19, the year of lockdown, of quarantine: closed schools, interrupted classroom lessons, distance learning. But...

The Apology of Death

By Giuseppe Carro Hello everyone, I am the one you fear, the one you imagine dressed in long black trains, I am death. For too long now you have accused me ...

And what will remain of us?

By Alessia Di Spirito Life went on, our routine was there, knocking on the window every morning, it was boring, we constantly complained about ...

The moment collected

By Eleonora Prati In these days, in such a delicate moment for everyone, I paused to think a little more about the importance of ours ...

We and death

By Maria Pia Ciccariello We have no idea how grateful we can be for a piece of life, for a day or for a single ...

The liberating dance

By Beatrice Garofalo To deny that this situation is difficult would be hypocritical. It is a more than complicated undertaking to get used to not crossing at any moment ...

A game of chess

Di Nunzia Di Lauro Antonius Block: Who are you? Death: I am Death Antonius Block: Have you come to get me? Death: I have been walking you for a long time ...

Death gives value to life

By Rachele Botte There are thousands of questions and feelings, sometimes conflicting, that we ask and perceive every day about death. What actually is death? ...

deficiencies

By Marta Cavaliere It is difficult to summarize in a few lines all that we lack in these days. Our life has totally changed in the blink of an eye ...

Will we get out of it?

By Maria Carmela Di Motta And if there was no tomorrow, if time had stopped on that Thursday in March, when ...

I stay at home

By Nicola Cammarano The coronavirus has arrived in Italy, and with it has brought a series of significant changes, which have modified, or at least have ...

Democracy

By Aurelia Merola And we conquered it. Those were the times of Athens. Clysthenes was convinced: democracy would save man. -Thursday 12 March 2020- The carabinieri ...

And if tomorrow?

By Eleonora Prati The days pass but I am here, closed in this suspended world, and I look out as always at my window, my ...

Just a nightmare

By Giuseppe D'Angiolillo You are out and about at curfew time, a strange pain what you feel inside, a feeling you have never experienced.

The walls of the heart

By Giusy Marrazzo How many times have we dreamed of organizing the studio to our liking? How many times have we wished we didn't have to leave home ...

Live according to the weather

By Francesca Imbriaco Life is dynamism, a continuous flow, no one knows when and where it will cease to exist; of it only the point of origin is ...

A piece of life

By Giuseppe Carro I learned that school means many things. It is not just about the SYSTEM we are all forced to be part of ...

And tomorrow will it be like today?

By Teresa D'Auria We stopped at the first day of quarantine in which everything became monotonous or maybe we went on, but we ...

School of emotions

By Teresa D'Auria 6:30 in the morning, the alarm goes off, that damned alarm clock that kidnaps me from my dreams every morning; I get up, I get ready ...

Is the heaviness really terrible and the wonderful lightness?

By Maria Carmela Di Motta In these many days of quarantine, I stopped to listen to what silence has to tell us. We were not...

School 2.0

By Giuseppe D'Angiolillo Never as in this period has the school been called upon to show all its cards, hoping that they will be the winning ones and ...

An opportunity to be seized

By Simona La Porta How many of us, especially among us young people, consider reading as a boring activity? I presume a large part of it.

The saving power of reading

By Ilaria Iuliano Reading is a means of escape and reflection.In these days of loneliness, worry and fear, reading becomes a force ...

Fear? No thanks

By Giuseppe D'Angiolillo How many times in life have we been afraid? We could say that fear accompanies us since birth. In the face of danger ...

Fear and courage

By Maria Carmela Di Motta Fear and courage, two words that have been traveling hand in hand for some time now ...

Your yes, which is strength and courage!

By Giusy Marrazzo "Strength and courage!" This is how until a few weeks ago my mother would come to wake me up at 6:35 am to ...

The heroes of the Coronavirus era

By Francesca Imbriaco Enclosed within four walls, boredom assails me and the fear of the future is holed up in my soul. My only salvation is ...

The world from my window

By Aurelia Merola I pull off the covers. It's a new day. I hear a rustle beyond my small window and as if ...

I nuovi eroi

By Mariassunta Belonoskin "Healing is linked to time and sometimes to circumstances" so said Hippocrates in Greece in 350 BC and it seems that ...

We start from the balconies

By Chiara Stanziola Fear continues to persist, it cannot be erased, but we can escape for a moment from this dark gray that fills the ...