"As in the morning, he saw the trees pass by, the thatched roofs,
the cultivated fields, and the dissolving views of the country
which change at every turn of the road. Such scenes are sometimes
sufficient for the soul, and almost do away with thought.
To see a thousand objects for the first and for the last time.
What can be deeper and more melancholy? To travel is to be born
and to die at every instant." - Les Miserables
© 2016 Laura Hamje