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Flowers left for Harris Milstead
Hiya there Divy (Glenn),I miss you every day of my life: no longer soon to be, my dear Divy - you liked me to call you this name instead of Glenn, remember Divy ?! You wanted to live by your Divy-alias in showbusiness. But Divy, I'll join you soon now, surely now that I'm terminally ill, see. You'll understand, Divy, we were too long together to not-know this of one another, hehhe. I still love you dear,haven't loved you any less since you died in 1988, on march 7th. I'll die expectedly one of these weeks, soonest21st of this month, november 2011 or at the latest 28th of this november 2011. Life hasn't been fair to me, as it hasn't been fair to you either, Divy. But what am I blabbering about... what the heck: we'll see one another soon enough now. Untill we meet again, Divvy, I love you dearly, you know that and have always known.Like I always said to you back thn, before you died and as I say here and now when I come and bring you flowers once in a while, though regularly enough: " We'll meet again up in the air, in the skies one day, till thn ". Only this time I add this to it : " and it will be sometime in the next week now ".You have been living 42 years (exactly 15,400 days) in you lifetime, I"ll have been living 46 years (i.e. 16,913 -/- 16,920 days) in my lifetime. Both of us will be considered and named fourtiers or in-their-40's. We both have died too young, Divy. Life has been indeed unfair to us. As you and I nw know. See you soon Divy, love you dear, bye bye and XxxxxxxxxxxxxX ;-))) & :-)))
- Fred, your dearest lover ( and fan ).
 Added: Nov. 20, 2011

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