Monthly Archives: January 2015

Curtains

A curtain keeps the neighbors out And keeps my sleeping darkness in Or rather keeps the morning out And keeps me, lonely, in A curtain kept the west at bay And comrades in in East Berlin A curtain held the … Continue reading

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Mumbai and Money

Americans often come back from the Majority World saying, “that gave me good perspective.” However I think this “perspective” could actually be two different things, one of which–the more common of which–is subtly quite selfish, the other of which is … Continue reading

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Mumbai and Feeling Inadequate

The sounds of Mumbai blare through the window, and they’re different than the sounds of wintry Massachusetts: car horns, a broom on concrete, motorcycles, and crows. Having been here for almost 24 hours, I’m already very thankful for so much: … Continue reading

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