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Gypsies: The Hidden Americans. New York: Macmillan, Theiss, Allie. Wooster: Gypsy Girl P, That might have made someone laugh. It rains here like 2 days a year. Most people are almost giddy, relishing in the anomaly and blatant reminder that fall is upon us. And all I can do is think of the last time I was cold and wet.
It was January. I was in Texas, completely alone and utterly heartbroken. And it almost took me under. I had fallen for someone who changed his mind, risked everything and lost so much more. So there I was, packing up all of my things, yet again, trying to figure out where to go. Did it even matter? There was no home to go back to and no one waiting for me to come home…except Biscuit. You love fall. I wanted to make you laugh, not cry. Which I will say is one obvious perk to this weather. Tears and raindrops.
It really is kinda funny.
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But it can also take it away in a matter of seconds. It can wipe out entire villages, kill tens of thousands of people, and take us under with a force that makes breath seem like it was never an option. But it can also bring us to a state of complete bliss within seconds: a cold sip of water on a hot day, or a hot bath on a cold night, watching it dance across the rocks of a river bed, or hearing it culminate in waves that kiss the sand, lulling us to sleep. It can bring us sheer joy or cause excruciating pain. And it never dissipates. It changes- adapts to its circumstances- but it never diminishes.
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It is everywhere, all around us, but so many die because they are deprived of it. As it turns out, it is disturbingly similar to the very thing that always seems to end with tears, at least for me. Which brings me right back to fall. A love, a dream, and a precious puppy all synced up with the season, their decomposition swift.
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And all I could do was stand by, completely powerless, and watch and cry and completely fall apart as they slipped further and further away…until all that was left was a mound of dirt covering up a hole I so desperately wanted to crawl into. And I think of Texas and my puppy sitting in the leaves, and….
And just like water, we need it to live, but it has resulted in so much loss and destruction, at least for me. But the truth is, none of it has disappeared.
It is interesting that the information provided on gypsies within the article was so easy to prove false. As we stated there were many kinds of stereotypes about gypsies at the time.
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Tip: To turn text into a link, highlight the text, then click on a page or file from the list above. It's amazing to me that the term "gypsy" has infiltrated so many countries and has been used as a derogatory term to label any "undesirable" group. During the Holocaust, even, gypsies were one of the groups targeted.
It fascinates me how this term has labeled so many different types of people in so many different environments, and no one is ever too clear on what it actually means.
Your work here sheds some light on that, which is wonderful. It also seems especially relevant here that the gypsies are clearly a group is exoticized by the British and seen as Other. This wiki opens up reading Victorian periodical texts like this one through the lens of postcolonial theory, which is not something that had ever crossed my mind. I thank your group for bring such a text to our attention! For Site Authors. For Site Readers or Potential Contributors. Victorian Contexts log in help. To edit this page, request access to the workspace.