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There are moments in my life when I feel an intense pride for my country, my culture, my language and most of all for the creativity of my fellow countrywomen and countrymen. Unexpectedly a few days ago I had such an experience again: I happened to

Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper (1882-1967), the quintessential realist painter of twentieth-century America, portrayed the commonplace and made the ordinary poetic. (…) His choices of subject matter – particularly the places he painted – seem to have been somewhat unpredictable, since they were part of his constant battle with the


Have you ever thought about publishing your poems, a collection of your favorite poems or your short stories in an easy and affordable way? Well, there is an application now on the Apple App Store that can help you create, edit and publish your perfect slim

Canals and Pride

My love and admiration for Amsterdam are no longer a secret. A mere glance at my posts will reveal that. Every day I receive a gift from this welcoming city but sometimes its presents are even sweeter than usual.   Het Grachtenhuis The other day I paid a