Writings inspired by Magic Paula's question: "What is Time?" from the Letter's Lives Group on Flickr.
A nomadic tribe wondering through a labyrinth carried by the wind
An ancestral grid dividing the chronology
the wind whispering its strange language for trees to decipher, transmute and deflect.
The days are a canonical mocking of our small existence.
Time is the underlying theme in Paul Bow's novel about travel, love, and cultural difference. I read this book over the holiday break and away from my normal environment. It made me think and feel lonely at the same time. I was jet lagged and in a different time zone, nine hours difference. It's a good book to bring along on a distant trip. I marked it up frequently because I wanted to remember those passages. Usually, I don't like to mark up the book.