My Bhutan Diaries
Bonnie A Jose
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Travel continues after we return home, our steps prolonged in recollection, footsteps shaped, formed, deepened in imaginary mud, we keep going in our own rooms, in dust, ambling around our beds, refusing the comfort of all the cotton and wool, drawn toward the window for another look, there is no rest after travel.

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