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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Dialogue by a City Wall 5
  • Ancestors 7
  • Late, There Was An Island 9
  • Hard Rowing 12
  • Kabir Sings in a City of Burning Towers 14
  • Ghalib’s Ghost 15
  • School Yard 16
  • September Sunlight 17
  • Listening to Lorca 18
  • Hungriest Heart 25
  • For a Friend Whose Father Was Killed on the Lahore Border in the 1965 War between India and Pakistan 26
  • Firefly 28
  • Child, Stone, Sea 29
  • Green Parasol 31
  • Raw Silk 34
  • Rumors for An Immigrant 37
  • Blue Lotus 41
  • Petroglyph 45
  • Porta Santa 53
  • Roman Ground 55
  • Lago Di Como 57
  • Door 59
  • Opening the Shutters 60
  • Field in Summer 63
  • Triptych in a Time of War 64
  • Red Bird 71
  • Amrita 72
  • In Naroda Patiya 75
  • Searching for a Tomb over Which They Paved a Road 76
  • Letters to Gandhi 77
  • Fragile Places 84
  • Notes 91
  • Acknowledgments 95
  • About the Author 99
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