Tales and legends
These pages contains tales depicting imaginary facts happening in real locations experienced by the author during his numerous travels in arabic countries.
These are tales of sexual adventures, illustrated with sensual images and sensorial music.
The women, the girls and the other arabian actors along with the adventures, the actions and the locations are imaginary and do not necessary rely on the habits and usages of the described arab countries.
These tales are accompanied by erotic details to be read under the guidance of an open-minded adult.
The little Tuareg girl, guardian-angel of the desert
"Caravanes venues le soir; caravanes parties le matin, caravanes horriblement lasses, ivres de mirages et maintenant désespérées. Caravanes, que ne puis-je partir avec vous, caravanes!" André Gide, les nourritures terrestres.
the sacred womb of Queen Hatshepsout
"Since the beginning of time, when this think we call the world was born, which revolves every day and is never weary, how do we explain that you are so beautiful and that I am in love?"
A flower was born in the hell of Ramallah
"A tale inspired by the sacrifice of Wafa Idris, first women immolated for the palestinian cause"
Abibi, the lovely algerian girl. / The concupiscent behind the moucharabieh realized here:
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