'Life Got Hard Again'

I took your advice and felt great. Then things got worse.

Door 84 (1984) by Dorothea Tanning

Dear Polly,

When you said write back anytime, I am sure you did not mean less than a week after you answered my previous letter. But here I am, throwing myself out there, because I really value your advice, and because I want you to know that your letter meant a lot to me.

I was walking on air when I read your letter. I …

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