Dear Wigleaf,

Imagine this: a wooden table. Most of the paint has been scrubbed off its surface, though there are still islands of green and red in the corners. There is a drawer in one of the long sides of the table that has retained the last coat of green paint, except for a circle of scratched, raw wood around the drawer pull. The flat surfaces of the tapered legs are also green, but the nicked and chipped edges show flecks of red and even, in the deepest wounds, baby blue.

Inside the drawer, in an old paperclip box, is a forgotten lock of hair.

That's all I know.

Best of luck,


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