'Yours Is Not The Taj Mahal' is a grief induced fever dream caused by seeing a woman resembling a dead friend. The shadow of grief can envelop us at any time, mixing current perceptions with memories and disintegrating boundaries between the living and dead. In an unexpected place a ghost appears, triggering a familiar conversation about the friend's desire to know the end of a story in advance. The narrator grapples with whether to tell her what happens to her. But what - or who - is altered by knowing the outcome?