Love’s day is long

Posted: February 14, 2013 at 4:02 a.m.

Consider this a love letter to a lady I saw only for a moment. Thirty years ago. She was passing on a trolley car, and I was on a bus headed in the opposite direction. It was in a city called Leningrad back then. I wonder if she’s still living. Has she changed as much as Russia has since? Or maybe she hasn’t changed very much at all, as Russia hasn’t.

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Editorial, Pages 16 on 02/14/2013


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