“Last week when it stopped raining after several hours, I decided to go beyond the window and walk across the terrace to look over the street from above. I saw a young girl squatting by a small puddle and folding paper into boats. An odd mix of intense sorrow and great hope enveloped my heart.”
Read more of Harris Khalique’s Window on the World here. Illustration by Matteo Pericoli.

“Last week when it stopped raining after several hours, I decided to go beyond the window and walk across the terrace to look over the street from above. I saw a young girl squatting by a small puddle and folding paper into boats. An odd mix of intense sorrow and great hope enveloped my heart.”

Read more of Harris Khalique’s Window on the World here. Illustration by Matteo Pericoli.

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