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“Any meadow blessed with the Rom’s presence, with all of our
eiderdowns spread about, was nocturnally transformed into an ornate
Persian carpet.

We called them dunhas, their rich deep tints inspired by the
flowers growing in the leas around us: periwinkle from bluebells and
cornflowers; yellow from mustard, buttercups and goldenrod; amethyst
from violets; scarlet from Indian paintbrush; crimson from Sumac berries which
emerged in autumn’s frost to announce the impending winter.”
The Gypsy’s Song

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