I was looking at what appeared to be a child's valentine card which Donald Skaggs (a Portsmouth, Ohio acquaintance) had sent me. On the outside was a picture of a bear holding something red. I opened it and saw Donald had written a few lines inside.
He said he was in Canada and wrote, "We ought to communicate. Did you get accepted at Harvard? I know that some who applied don't know yet. Write back when you find out."
Underneath his writing was a printed passage on the card. It started out, "When along life's rosy road you chance to meet someone whom you remember ..."
Farther at the bottom was another verse printed upside down. In order for it to be read the card had to be turned over.
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