Dear Charles,
Ayesha Talib Wissanji

Man. I love it, when through reciprocity, themes come alive visa ve repetition, perspective and phrasing. Thank you both Jules and Ayesha Talib Wissanji . I like that it takes very little — for what I’m thinking — to be understood.

I do want to keep the poetry train going, the love certainly hasn’t run out, but I’m (underslept) dragging my feet slowly in an airport que, so unless I’m actually inside a David Bowie music video, I can’t be interesting right now.

No matter how hard I try.

I guess I can’t always point out my respect of others’ works and words , but I often like to do so, because by so doing the praise gets distributed to an important place that may flower more — bloom greater. Maybe I’ll return to this thread, but nonetheless I do intend to pinpoint my admiration for you two more specifically — in the future.

Until then, Jules and Ayesha Talib Wissanji : keep living the way you do.

Love AND thanks.

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