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Extract from The Reed Flute
I closed my eyes, let myself be driven as I had done for weeks. May this, I prayed, be the end of the journey. May there be no more travelling. Over the last twenty months there had been times when I longed to be back in the refugee camp in Iran, despite the lack of purpose and the frozen winters. Our journey by boat, by truck, on foot had seemed endless. No, not twenty months of travel, for we spent at least three months in Turkey, waiting in a cellar for a contact who would move us on, and then six weeks in a grey, concrete house in Greece, where, if it had not been for a tree outside the window and the small brown birds which gathered in it each evening, I might have given up. And then things moved suddenly and within a week we were in England.