on precariousness

July 1, 2011 § 1 Comment

I’m leaving Morocco tonight. This was intended to be my last post, but I think I’ll wait for the 10pm bus ride out to write something. At the moment I have that jumbled mess of thoughts that float between the head and the heart trying to surge out my throat in a guttural asphyxia. And it’s happening at the exact moment when everyone expects you to say something deeply reflective of my 10 months here. I’m not ready to put it in writing, for now I’m a nullity.

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