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  • Dearest,

    I find there is an impending need for me to write to you, to communicate with full throttle as indirectly as possible. Therefore I have decided to dedicate a certain part of my brain to you. Trust me, this part of my brain is lost to me.

    I hope this letter finds you in good spirits! A letter is a very personal and magical thing! It’s like having a secret that only two people know and giggle about from the inside. It’s the moment of awareness when someone gets too close and whispers with their warm breath into your ear. It’s electrifying and shoots straight through your body.

    You don’t know how to feel afterwards. It’s the moment after the desperation of getting lost ceases to paralyze you and you begin to recognize how the whole world is trying to show you a new path.

    Truth is, I don’t really know anything about this part of my brain-the one I’m sharing with you. I was hoping you could help me detangle it. In exchange I promise to unlock a part of your own head that you didn’t even know existed. It’s already awakened and is slowly sending messages throughout the multi facets of energy pockets in your body. Before you know it, you are facing yet another version of yourself in melting moments of movements.

    I don’t expect a reply-I can only hope for one.

    Sincerely yours…
    Hildi’s lower Northeast side of her brain…right above her right ear…
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