12 comments on “Campanile

  1. This was a wonderfull read, I especially liked this part :”you accommodate princes for plotting
    their intrigues of state under
    non-prying eyes of the stars” – this image of the stars was a challenge to envision in realism form,which makes it even more wonderfull in my opinion.

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  2. I had to look up Campanile–I was thinking bells, so this is a good day! Paul, sometimes bloggers who’ve published books host a challenge/contest–and the winner receives the prize of the author’s book; I’m wondering if you’ve considered doing that, with Music from Scars being the award.

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