The bottom left corner has been ripped off. I’m actually kind of hoping it didn’t work out for these two.
The things second graders say.
I found this note in a little wooden box I bought at a flea market. It broke my heart because it looks like Katherine was crying while she wrote this– there are little tear stains on the paper. It also looks like this letter was read many, many times. The paper is torn like a … Continued
We found this inside an old copy of The Martian Chronicles that we were given in Sci-Fi class. The last time the books were checked out was 1979 according to the inside flap. I hope Greg and Heather worked things out.
I found this letter/poem rolled up like a cigarette wedged between two cobblestones in downtown Gainesville. I suspect (and hope) this letter was never delivered, that it’s desperate author nervously rolled it up and discarded it.
My wife and I were sitting at an exit light off the Madison beltline when I noticed the title of this piece of paper that was sitting on the side of the road. I simply had to read it.
Found this in the communal laundry room at my apartment complex. Oddly enough I have a friend that goes by Bubba that was coming by for a few beers later that same day. I’m not sure he was as enthralled as I was with my first find. Enjoy!
I picture the person who lost this as an old hippie with wispy, shoulder-length gray hair who laments the loss of his youth and hair.
I found this note sloppily folded in half outside a college dorm. The saddest part is the way the writer kind of runs out of steam at the end.
I found this letter hiking on top of a small mountain in central Texas. It was sitting under a small pile on pebbles.