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In the still of the night Santiagos crying cut sharply like a knife His crying was relentless as though it would never end but then a child of three knows no other way to express his horror Abraham Naser walked down the narrow street made of hardened earth and nothing more His dress was pure class white blazer and pants with matching wide brimmed hat Lost in thought he rolled his cigar between his lips then as if in a motion as natural to him as his tendency to smile at beautiful women he adjusted his gun stuffed tightly in the back of his waist bond It was then when Abraham ran into the women he knew would change his life the women who would be his wife Arabic coffee tasted for the first tome is surpassing and strong but soon it turns soothing and sweet Placida Lineros head snapped back at her first taste and they both laughed Their eyes spore of there long future from across the small round table The caf had been Abrahams idea but it was now Placida who didnt want the moment to end ever Walking down the isle had been Placida dream since she was a little girl In Spain girls are brought up to make mariace a priority For Abraham on the other hand an Arab male of wealth turn of the century Spain life had always meant just the opposite A man of festivities of party and celebration Abraham loved his boos cigars and women And not necessary in that order He felt and not a beginning to his life Placida was a spark of light beauty able to contain her joy news spilled like a flood Abraham finds he is happier than he had ever been but battle with the confession of his changing life In his excitement Abraham rushed out to the baby store There a beautiful radon haired young women eyes blue then
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