4 thoughts on “Empty

  1. As a traveler with a lot of p.o. boxes in my past and general delivery, this is very poignant. The building itself has a kind of sadness, a kind of graveyard look, but fascinating that it’s outdoors, and old, and filled with hope and news and money orders and ‘maybees’ for tomorrow.

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