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I wrote a letter to myself. I mailed it years ago from the city where you and I coincided. I still await it, here in the new place, where the walls are so white you’d swear you’ve gone blind. Outside I hear the mooing of doves. The sun sets like a table of china. And I speak your name softly to the dust on the encyclopedia.
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