By The River Ibrahim I Sat Down And Read…
By the River Ibrahim I Sat Down and Read… “Death at Intervals” by Jose Saramago
“Death at Intervals” is set in an unnamed country where on the first day of the new year, people stop dying. Death is on strike. The residents are jubilant at first, but soon enough they being to suffer. Death does return eventually, but with a new courteous approach – delivering violent warning letters to her victims. But what can death do when a letter is unexpectedly returned?
Nahr Ibrahim – River of Abraham (North of Lebanon, 30 Km after Tabarja) was known as the Adonis River during Antiquity. Today, it is one of the tourist attractions in Lebanon, being the place where the ancient god Adonis died, turning the river red after mixing with his blood.
– A moment captured by @S0wf