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Encampment

By guest writer Jacqui Rowe ALWAYS there were women. They trailed behind on weary donkeys, some pressing chubby infants to their breasts, or were unavailable in the turf-thatched inn on stilts above the highway. Around the camp the women sat, patching coats and flags alike. Sometimes he wished he had one of his own, especially when the colonel’s wife… Continue reading Encampment