The traces we leave behind, dear Reader, our variation out of the past. The oldest footsteps in the Americas are 23,000 years young as of this writing. Here’s KJ Hannah Greenberg’s Been There Done That:
What are these notes passed, folded letters, and communiqués? It is certainly a season for thin spaces and the thoughts that fill them. Here’s Jen Coleman’s poem “Dreaming Your Silence Is a Postal Service Error, 2005“:
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