Eurydice - Father

"Dear Eurydice, a letter for you on your wedding day."

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"I write you letters. I don't know how to get them to you."

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"Eurydice - I'm your father." "How funny! You remind me of something . . ."

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"There is a letter. It's addressed to you."

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"I never played piano after that. But I still know the first four chords . . ."

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"We two alone will sing like birds in a cage. When thou dost ask my blessing, I'll kneel down And ask of thee forgiveness . . ."

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"Do you want to go with him?" "Yes, of course! Oh - you'll be lonely, won't you?"

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"You should love your family until the grapes grow dust on their purple faces."

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"How does a person remember to forget? It's difficult."

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"Put your feet in the river and swim."

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"I've come back! Listen. I'll teach you words. Then we'll know each other again."

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"It's too late. He can't hear you."

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Photos © Laura Shmania, Butterflites