June 13, 2009

5-15-1937

Walcott,

            You simpleton!  Your letter sat in a pile of unopened mail until the smell of rotting produce forced me to discover its contents.  I suppose you village folk are used to receiving vegetables in the mail, but I must request future letters be void of your rural gifts.

            I admit being more than a bit surprised to hear of a woman in your last letter- Kate was it?  My friend, are you maturing?  Perhaps it is time you came to the city and learned a true man’s work; I have just the place for you in my company.  Entry level of course, all commission naturally, but plenty of room to climb.

            I await your response.

 

-Mansferd

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3 Responses to “”

  1. Courtney Says:

    I love the use of language.

  2. julia hull Says:

    I feel like I’m in a game show…and I have to guess where have I read these letters before??? It was a book. Was it the book about Sherlock Holme’s female assistant? It’s all so oddly familiar…..

  3. janessica Says:

    Beautiful


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