Travels of My Aunt

Travels of My Aunt

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This is brilliant. It’s deeply nostalgic and poignant.

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Oh my, love this. You’ve captured how dreams are made. Beautiful. 🙂

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I take it you are referencing Graham Green’s wonderful novel, Davy? Your rite of passage perhaps – cleverly recalled – or maybe predicted?

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Brilliantly clever. Very creative, Davy.

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Short yet deep. Beautiful, D!

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Love this one, Dave. Very relevant to genealogical research and motivations – will share this through AIP. Dan

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Travels of My Aunt – Anglo-Indian ProjectSeptember 20, 2017 at 5:04 am

[…] on your point of view, but i’ll include myself as a young soul! – certainly inspired by this poem and the exploration of Anglo-Indian […]

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