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The clock left in the family house for more than a few generations announced noon Noon witch as long as they remembered was used for nothing more than a sit down with a spouse close neighbor or a passer bye the coffee hour Cracking beneath a strongly knitted carpet announced the arrival of a person while knock on the porch door announced the arrival of a neighbor The strong but pleasant smell of freshly grounded coffee occupied the house in witch the time has stopped ticking some fifty to sixty years earlier Not much has changed since the last visit walls are still pale white pictures in symmetrical order line the walls and stains from childhood pranks still stay as a testament to time as if to show that every one in the family has something they can point out and tell a story of what has been and what is Quickly the corner of the room is filled with three occupants who stare out the waist high window which is looking out to citys main crossroad A quick glance at the wristwatch reveals that five minutes have passed and that coffee is ready Small but quick steps are heard as they echo trough the house The door opens and she rushes to the wood burning stove lifts the Djezva as boiling water hits the hot surface releasing a cloud of steam which quickly evaporates trough a world war 2 bullet hole converted in to a chimney a few years earlier As she turns she greets the visitor with the usual phrase Dobar Dan and with a deep strong voice the visitor replies and adds a smile Her approach to the table prompts everyone to grab something of the table and make room for Djezva Coffee is placed in the center of the table as a strong wrinkly hand with thick skin reaches for the handle He lifts the Djezva as others
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