Voyager
 He enters a city; he sees someone in a square living a life or an instant that could be his; he could now be in that man’s place, if he had stopped in time, long ago.

Hanoi

He wrote me: The traveler finds again a past of his that he did not know he had: the foreignness of what you no longer are or no longer possess lies in wait for you in foreign, unpossessed places.

 He enters a city; he sees someone in a square living a life or an instant that could be his; he could now be in that man’s place, if he had stopped in time, long ago.

He enters a city; he sees someone in a square living a life or an instant that could be his; he could now be in that man’s place, if he had stopped in time, long ago.

 Journeys to relive your past? Or journeys to recover your future?

Journeys to relive your past? Or journeys to recover your future?

 Elsewhere is a negative mirror. The traveller recognizes the little that is his, discovering the much he has not had and will never have.

Elsewhere is a negative mirror. The traveller recognizes the little that is his, discovering the much he has not had and will never have.

 My pasts await me.

My pasts await me.

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 As written on   The Invisible Cities.  Italo Calvino . 1972

As written on

The Invisible Cities. Italo Calvino. 1972