Tag Archives: Pakistan

Tashkurgan

August 11, 2007

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In the desert, in October, All my thoughts were sane and sober. When I met you it was over. …You went away, before too long. I left, the day you disappeared, To the mountains, sharp and sheer, Where the air was cold and clear… I thought I’d lost you; thought you’d gone. I recall I […]

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Gilgit

December 6, 2006

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Because the shadows would not rest That played upon my brain, And danced like daylight on my chest, Like shadows of the rain, Because the words I could not say Were laden low with pain, On Christmas day I tried to pray, And almost prayed in vain. – Written by Anna Williams at age 18 […]

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