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|Text by Farzana Versey|
Published: Volume 17, Issue 1, January, 2009
“Can you see people running?”
There are injured looks
They ask me my name
The slow rumblings of conscience
I fall into a slumber of broken thoughts
I gather a drop of wayward tear on my finger
There are cities
The tear bubble on my finger has
Farzana Versey is a Mumbai-based columnist and author of A Journey Interrupted: Being Indian in Pakistan.
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