leh, 30th august 2007

We have just returned from Pangong Tso. It's a lake big enough to be a sea. This is on the Indo-China border. Biking beside it is like flying on wheels, whatever that means. You can see the sky reflected on the lake. And clouds hanging on it like shaving foam. The sky below you shivers like mercury every time the wind blows, which is always. Pangong Tso is about 165 km long. Dry moon sand beaches come to drink from its blue.

It's an experience!

Riding right into the crosshairs of Indian Army guns and Chinese border intelligence binoculars is another.

Will write more after coming back to Delhi :)
Stretch your NOW
The 'Y' Tree (pic: Mamta S)
The mind is sea GREEN.

Dark. Mysterious. And full of secrets.

There’s submergence.
The green gets darker at the bottom. With sand and sea moss.
The mind is full of memories. Some from a very, very long ago past. Some from other lifetimes.
The mind has seen many ships.
Some that lost their cargo to it.
The mind is full of sand and moss covered secrets.

And then some people are divers.
They dive deep into their minds and find memories that they have no memory of.
Was that me? Did I really do those things? How was I involved?
And then the divers wonder…
Maybe I have always been just one. A huge mind,



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