French Guiana, in 1927. Fear or joy. This is what makes the heart beat, I thought. I had never seen a bird flying backwards, flapping his wings with such a speed. And it was even more impressive that he could stand still in mid-air, looking around. Studying everything about us, curious. I was told it was because of the heart: it takes one of the most powerful hearts in nature to flap their wings at such a speed, just enough to stand still in mid-air. A lot of force was needed to satisfy his curiosity. And then it became clear to me. This is what his heart beats for: joy. That comes from curiosity, this is why it never stops beating so hard. It was easy at that point to understand that I would have never stopped traveling. So I left.100% silk twillHand-sewn hem
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