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Beautiful and precisely written stories of Asian Indians living in America. Their experiences and emotions are specific to the human condition regardless of nationality.Published 7 days ago by Capn Jim
Descriptive, intuitive and subtle. ❤️ . It would be 5 stars but I abhor reality. A 3rd dimension is created that our limited human interactions do not provide.Published 8 days ago by M Bryant
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