. the calling card .

having been invited,     to write      an invitation,               inviting you

i wrote instead about the calling card, you know the one by the clock.

the one i have not photographed.           asked again to do it properly,

requested politely.


people used to be at home officially,

provide invitations,      wait for teas,

the convenient cake.



in another time i was at home,

invitation                   revoked,

no need for refreshment. then.


yet the friends shall come  now

needing  no formal notifications

or                            redemptions.


i left your  note by the clock,

the calling card.










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