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Mich Crown
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First and foremost a singer [soundcloud.com/mich-crown]
with a taste for dark stories and gothic rhymes.

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Dear Readers & Watchers 



First of all let me publicly introduce you my new Watcher :iconasspain:

May the frozen river on the northern side of this virtual forest offer her the astonishing show of the metal-legged indigo cranes, who use their feet like ice skates while dancing evocative coreographies, written in their genes by an artistic goddess, during courtship.


Then, let me thank you again and again my long time watchers and readers: I try to dedicate some moment every now and then to take a look at your galleries and journals, to see what happens, even if I don't write a lot of comments and notes.

You are so many... from many different Countries: Italy; U.S.A.; Mexico; Argentina; Canada; Brazil; Denmark; U.K.; France; Portugal; Poland; Bulgary; Serbia; Netherlands; Germany; Norway; Vietnam; Australia; Russia; Chile; Finland; South Africa; Japan; China; Sweden; Ireland; Spain; New Zeland; Puerto Rico; Pakistan; Guatemala; Greece; Iraq; etc...

When you come to this evanescent Forest visiting, reading, commenting, you bring your culture and heritage with you...
and the meeting of cultures is one of the good things of the net.


Talking about countries... let me ask you some questions...

1. What's the Country that has:
- the largest number of World cultural heritage sites (according to UNESCO)
- more than a third of all european fauna and almost half Europe’s total plant diversity
- the only active volcanoes in mainland Europe
- the highest Peak in western Europe
- Forests like in Sweden
- Ancient Temples like in Greece
- Gothic Cathedrals like in England
- Royal Palaces like in France
- Beaches like in the Carribean 
- Landscapes like in Austria
- etc...?

2. What's the Country where were invented:
- blue jeans fabric
- pizza
- bank
- university
- violin, piano, opera,...
- etc...?

3. What's the Country where were born and raised:
- Parmenides
- Archimedes
- Caesar
- Cicero
- Dante
- Colombo
- Leonardo
- Montecuccoli
- Volta
- etc... ?

The Answer is the same: Italy!
And we have castles, museums, mountains, rivers, seas, pictures, architecture, art, music, theater...
and Venice, Florence, Naples, etc...


Italy is, in my opinion, the most beautiful and desperate of all Countries, because my people literally lives among beauties... and when you have had too much of something since you were born, you tend to consider it common;
so a lot of us don't care about the wonders that nature and the hands of our ancestors gave us.

Italians live and die, spending their whole lives on a treasure that no one has taught them to respect and preserve, and our governors, without foresight, don't help us to appreciate and advertise what we have and what we could offer to the tourists.
So, if you are planning a journey, I suggest to consider Italy.

If you don't use Tour Operators, you won't probably find a perfect organization, and our english is not exactly the best, but people are usually friendly, food is true italian food, etc... .




In the end, no matter where we live... 
we are like the Trembling Giant

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EmoOtakuTDCT Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the fav!
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ForestoFairies Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Welcome Thou art!
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Rothgar-Grimhammer Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you for the add.
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ForestoFairies Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Ghostly Welcome Thou art!
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AssPain Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Professional General Artist
Grazie mille per il Fav.. e' un onore!! Veramente :aww:
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ForestoFairies Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Il suo italiano sembra ottimo, ma nel dubbio aggiungo la versione in inglese
(Your italian seems excellent, but in the doubt I add the english version)

Un onore? Perché?  
(an honor? Why?)

Grazie per il lama e per essere diventata una mia 'Watcher'!
(Thank you for the Llama and to have become one of my 'Watchers'!)

Questa è un'oscura foresta... ma qualche raggio di luce passa, ogni tanto, attraverso le alte fronde: viviamo per quei momenti.
(This is a dark forest... but some ray of light passes, occasionally, through the high branches: for those moments we live.)
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AssPain Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Professional General Artist
E' vero! Ho studiato nell Istituto Luca Pacioli, e cosi capisco l'italiano :D
Non e' normale un italiano con un inglese cosi perfetto :o che belo!!!

Un onore perche tu non atribuisci dei +fav a tutti quanti - c'é qualche pensiero ed anche amore per l'arte mia dietro quel fav

Capisci il senso di quello che ho detto..?? :)

Mi domando dove sono i piccioni, con tanti alberi ombrosi..

Sai che mi ricordi di Fernando Pessoa, um poeta portoghese, con quello che hai scritto?
"
Tra gli alti rami d’alberi frondosi,
l’alto e freddo rumore del vento.
In questo bosco e in quel suono mi perdo
ed in solitudine medito.

Così nel mondo sopra a quel che sento,
un vento fa la vita, l’abbandona e se la prende,
e nulla ha senso – nemmeno l’anima
con la quale in solitudine penso."


Queste sono bellissime:

"Il poeta è un fingitore.
Finge così completamente
Che arriva a fingere che è dolore
Il dolore che davvero sente."

"Con una tale mancanza di gente coesistibile come c'è oggi, cosa può fare un uomo di sensibilità, se non inventare i suoi amici, o quanto meno, i suoi compagni di spirito?" - il mio "adesso".. :')

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ForestoFairies Featured By Owner Edited Jan 16, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
 "O poeta é um fingidor... Finge tão completamente que chega a fingir que é dor a dor que deveras sente" - 
in portoghese è più bella (in portuguese is more beautiful).

Conosco Pessoa, dopotutto è un poeta e scrittore noto in tutto il mondo 
(I know Pessoa, after all is a poet and writer known all over the World)

Mi piace in particolare
(Above all I like):

"Por eso yo tomo opio. Es un remedio 
Soy un convalesciente del Momento. 
Muero al raz-del-suelo del pensamiento 
Y ver pasar la Vida me da tedio."

Anch'io provo simili sensazioni, ad esempio guardando certi paesaggi al crepuscolo, senza usare droghe però.
(I also feel like this, for example watching certain landscapes at dusk, without using drugs though.)
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cerealnovels Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2015
Thank you for the favs :)
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:iconforestofairies:
ForestoFairies Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
... and Thank you!!!!!!!!!!
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