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September 22, 2009

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I've always considered an overbite quite sexy. Consider the possibilities.

Dear L: Did you see the movie? Is it any good? I loved Keats as a youth, but I have mixed feelings now. I remember going to the Keats-Shelley Memorial, in 1966, which was next to the Spanish Steps in Rome. A lock of Keats's hair was on exhibit. I assume it's all still there.

I haven't seen the movie yet. I'm cheap, so I'll probably wait until it's on Netflix.

I think Keats, being so young himself, speaks most eloquently to the young. I still love him, but the love is more nostalgic...God, that makes me sound like I'm a hundred and five.

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