Drop a Line

Late Love Letter Outlives

the Form And Old Love Vows

Letters can be time capsules. Specially now, that no one write them anymore. A couple of weeks ago, a love letter sent in 1958 finally landed at California University of Pennsylvania. It was lovingly addressed to Clark from Vonnie.
You’ll see that such a 53-year gap actually represents a much farther distance. To begin, sending love letters at this day and age may easily downgrade someone to a not so good mental standing category.
In fact, considering that even email in its long form, say, two or three sentences, is already on its way out, a letter written five decades ago could have been sent from Pluto, for all Continue reading