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Dearest Songbird, It was you who told me to never start a connection with an apology- and certainly never a letter but I suppose I am a creature of habit even through all these years. I am terribly sorry. I should have written sooner even if it was just to say that: I’m sorry. The words have been stuck at the top of my quill and tongue from the moment of our parting and I can not simply rid myself of that dread and guilt. Every night and day you consume my thoughts and I do not think
I can hear to be away from you a moment longer- surely time has healed some wounds and made others ache less. I promise I will explain everything and give you the life you deserve. Come back to Home. Please. Don’t you miss it? Don’t you miss our family? Yours, Red Herring
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