Inside a used book


After reading Brazilian Adventure, I wanted to read more of Peter Fleming’s work, so when I stumbled across One’s Company in a used bookstore, I didn’t hesitate to buy it. 

While traveling recently I brought the book along and found tucked within it’s pages an old post card. 

The card is of Egmore Railway Station, Madras, and was mailed from India to an address in Ottawa Canada roughly 30 years ago. 


There are no words written on the post card other than the address. On the left hand side, where one would usually write with varying amounts of sincerity, “Wish you were here!” is a simple water color. 

A picture worth a thousand words. 

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