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Oct 3 / 1973 [[written in between lines]]
Oct 4/ amburgberg

i am thankful, will
go on writing writing
from [[line in black felt pen-image]]still
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dash [[set in green felt pen under black felt pen line in the middle of the row above and over black felt pen line of the same row-image]]
nothing never ends [[green felt pen line to fill the rest of the row -image]];[[in green felt pen]] 
and vice verse [[green felt pen line to fill the rest of the row -image]];[[in green felt pen]]
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dash [[set in green felt pen in the middle of the line and over black felt pen line of the same row-image]]
"The dance along the artery
The circulation of the lymph,,
Are figured in the drift of stars....
Eliot [[set right-aligned]]
...."mixing memory and desire"...
Eliot [[set right-aligned]]
dear lucy [[short line in black felt pen-image]] i wrote to 
Sol and Carl [[black felt pen line to fill the row-image]];
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free again //[[second dash in red felt pen]] air [[circled in red felt pen-image]]
[[wave scribble in green felt pen across line-image]]
night follows / creates day
day follows / creates night
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creates "it" Call it "it" [[circled in red felt pen to emphasize and separate from rest of the line-image]]
love and be well, hanne
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i will write to you again-soon, mayby [[written along left margin in green felt pen to frame the page]]
i do come to NYC soon [[written along right margin in green felt pen to frame the page]]
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