Cassandra Kane


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  • Antonio Reyes (7/18/2013 12:29:00 PM)

    Cassy,

    Some time ago, I found a note by Henry Thoreau's grave site with the following message: Dear Henry, You're my hero! I live simply in your name. Cassy Kane

    I have saved the little piece of paper since 2009; it's become a bookmark for my Walden readings.

    The curious thing is that on my pilgrimage there, an autumn breeze kept dispersing the various messages left for H.T. I attempted to return them to him several times, but yours kept insisting even at the time of my departure. So, I decided to keep yours and a couple of other pesky ones.

    They've become my companions in the harmony of my quiet times and solitude.

    I've told this anecdote to the friend who's translating and writing these lines for you. If this is you, the writer of the note, I've always nurtured my curiosity about you and why you left his note for Henry, someone with the qualities that the message intimates. I believe we share the same sensibilities about H.T.

    My friend searched your name and Thoreau on the net and found this page. If this is you, and if you're interested, I'd love (we'd love) to have a chat. From this page, I see that you write and have a great affinity for literature and poetry, much like us.

    If you'd like an image of your note, I'd be happy to get it to you via email.

    Rafik
    (Antonio)

  • Antonio Reyes (7/18/2013 12:28:00 PM)

    Cassy,

    Some time ago, I found a note by Henry Thoreau's grave site with the following message: Dear Henry, You're my hero! I live simply in your name. Cassy Kane

    I have saved the little piece of paper since 2009; it's become a bookmark for my Walden readings.

    The curious thing is that on my pilgrimage there, an autumn breeze kept dispersing the various messages left for H.T. I attempted to return them to him several times, but yours kept insisting even at the time of my departure. So, I decided to keep yours and a couple of other pesky ones.

    They've become my companions in the harmony of my quiet times and solitude.

    I've told this anecdote to the friend who's translating and writing these lines for you. If this is you, the writer of the note, I've always nurtured my curiosity about you and why you left his note for Henry, someone with the qualities that the message intimates. I believe we share the same sensibilities about H.T.

    My friend searched your name and Thoreau on the net and found this page. If this is you, and if you're interested, I'd love (we'd love) to have a chat. From this page, I see that you write and have a great affinity for literature and poetry, much like us.

    If you'd like an image of your note, I'd be happy to get it to you via email.

    Rafik
    (Antonio)

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What A Girl Wants

Tell her she's your only one.When she's upset, hold her tight.Play with her hair. Pick her up, tickle her, & wrestle with her and let her win.Just talk to her.Come and see her just because. Hold her hand & run. Just hold her hand. Let her fall asleep in your arms. Sing to her no matter how awful you sound. Get her mad at you, then kiss her. Tell her she looks beautiful. When she's sad, make her laugh. Look into her eyes & smile. Come up behind her & wrap your arms around her. Kiss her for no reason. Kiss her in the rain. Stand up for her. Never take her for granted. Be true to her. Tell her ...

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