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Twitlit: Agra by Richard House

A quarrel between two friends as they travel across India has far-reaching consequences in this mysterious tale composed entirely from tweets

By Serena Kutchinsky  

Day 1

A businessman (not unhandsome) joins our train at Gwalior // European. Grey eyes. Smart summer lightweight suit // he sits opposite Buzz, by the window and says nothing, but his eye is on us // The windows are tinted. Even so, nothing holds back the mid-day heat // he’s sweating… but cute (I know?)

Buzz (for the record) sits with his arms folded, silent, unmoved // Not sure what’s brought on his mood // he’s stewing – giving the businessman the evil…

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