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贵妃的芳华
很多网友在问的一本小说《贵妃的芳华》已经大结局,文中华征之间纠缠不清的恩怨让人决心,该书作者纸老虎 深受大家喜爱。小说内容试读:?」华父走上前查看,看起来才两个月大,「阿秋,你看这孩子。」华母这时也放完河灯,乍一看华父旁边的小团子,这寒天,却总看着自家儿子笑。夫人信佛,便觉得是缘分,走上前将这小娃娃抱了起来,轻轻哄着,小小 ......
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贵妃娘娘是华征的妹妹,不是亲的,是他在除夕大雪那天,出去看烟花碰到的。那时,华征才五岁出头,牵着爹爹长满茧子的手,看娘亲在沅江放河灯,河灯是兔子形状的,随着缓缓的水走的一晃一扭,铛铛就是在这样的夜晚,吸允着自己的小指头,眼睛一眨不眨地看着小华征,眼睛圆圆的,小嘴咧开笑。可爱极了。小华征也发现了她。

「爹爹,看,小妹妹!」小华征扯了扯父亲的手,指着铛铛在的方向。

「这谁家的孩子?」华父走上前查看,看起来才两个月大,「阿秋,你看这孩子。」

华母这时也放完河灯,乍一看华父旁边的小团子,这寒天,却总看着自家儿子笑。夫人信佛,便觉得是缘分,走上前将这小娃娃抱了起来,轻轻哄着,小小逗玩一番,可爱极了。

「夫君,咱俩收养这个孩子吧,正好给我们当女儿。」华母瞧着这孩子越发开心了,小华征也喜欢这个小妹妹,喜欢她圆圆的眼睛。

「也好。」华父点点头,看着包裹孩子的布料并不昂贵,想来是寻常人家养不起被丢弃了,也很可怜。

华母给小团子取了小字,唤作铛铛。

铛铛十岁那年,华征十五。他推着她在桃树下荡秋千,晃到高处可以看到府外的行人,卖糖葫芦的老大爷,吹糖人的穿着一身短打的络腮胡子大叔墙外热闹,墙内也热闹,多少年后,她想,要是时间能一直停在那个时候,该是多么幸运!

爹爹上完早朝回到家来,老远就听到自家两个孩子「咯咯咯」的笑声。日头也正好,今年的除夕已经过了,城外难民流浪的日子或许好点,三月初头,过不久肯定要倒春寒了,对南国来说,春光易逝!

穿过堂前,就是后院了,铛铛和华征在荡秋千,看见父亲回来了,齐声道,「爹爹好!」

「给你们带的桂花糕。」华父举起手里的糕点,冲他们笑道。

「啊!我最喜欢爹爹了,」铛铛一边拿过一块桂花糕,香甜软糯,桂花糕的香气在口中四散开来。华征想:铛铛现在整个人都是桂花味吧,真是个小馋猫。不自觉地弯了弯嘴角,华父见自家儿子这样,八成也猜到这小子喜欢铛铛呢,不过,喜欢不自知啊,铛铛吃得欢,一面也不忘往华征的嘴里塞去一块,「快吃,快吃,不然都被我吃完了。」猝不及防被铛铛投喂了,华征觉得唇上还有铛铛小手的温度,越来越烫了,把自己的耳尖都烫红了。

华征慌乱了想快快离开铛铛这个「坏蛋」。只得说,「我去吃些茶水,一点都不好吃,噎人!」

铛铛看着他的背影,嘟囔道,「明明就好吃极了!哼~我全吃了。」

华父看着华征笑了笑,牵着铛铛手,说,「铛铛走,我们去看看娘亲今天烧了什么菜~」

「好呀,阿秋娘亲烧的菜最最最好吃了,铛铛要吃一辈子,嘻嘻嘻~」一大一小,铛铛一蹦一跳地去了。

此时,春光尚好。

In 1655 Corporal Müller found adoration paid to great stones on the side of the paths. The worshippers pointed upwards and said Hette hie, probably “Heitsi Eibib,” the name of a Khoi-Khoi extra-natural being. It appears (p. 37) that Heitsi Eibib “has changed names” in parts of South Africa, and what was his worship is now offered “to |Garubeb, or Tsui |Goab”. In 1671 Dapper found that the Khoi-Khoi “believe there is one who sends rain on earth; . . . they also believe that they themselves can make rain and prevent the wind from blowing”. Worship of the moon and of “erected stones” is also noticed. In 1691 Nicolas Witsen heard that the Khoi-Khoi adored a god which Dr. Hahn (p. 91) supposes to have been “a peculiar-shaped stone-fetish,” such as the Basutos worship and spit at. Witsen found that the “god” was daubed with red earth, like the Dionysi in Greece. About 1705 Valentyn gathered that the people believed in “a great chief who dwells on high,” and a devil; “but in carefully examining this, it is nothing else but their somsomas and spectres“ (p. 38). We need not accept that opinion. The worship of a “great chief” is mentioned again in 1868. In 1719 Peter Kolb, the German Magister, published his account of the Hottentots, which has been done into English.12 Kolb gives Gounja Gounja, or Gounja Ticqvoa, as the divine name; “they say he is a good man, who does nobody any hurt, . . . and that he dwells far above the moon “.13 This corresponds to the Australian Pirnmeheal. Kolb also noted propitiation of an evil power. He observed that the Khoi-Khoi worship the mantis insect, which, as we have seen, is the chief mythical character among the Bushmen.14