Dear Father

A letter home by Johnny Appleseed

Jen Theodore

Dear Father;

I hope all is well in Longmeadow. My work planting apple orchards continues with much success. In fact, I have become sort of a fanciful living legend. Folks have taken to calling me Johnny Appleseed. It is ridiculous, but I bear it as it opens many doors for me. Children treat me as if I were Saint…

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Old bones. Young heart. Uniquely arranged words. https://markstarlinwrites.substack.com

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