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Letter to Theresa

Socrates has been in bed with a high fever for three days. On the third day he has a hallucination and sees Theresa ā€“ his last girlfriend and the only woman he ever truly loved ā€“ standing next to the bed. She looks exactly as she did when he last saw her 35 years ago, just before he went to prison. She holds him, and tells him she canā€™t keep worrying about him and nursing him back to health, and she needs to move on. He begs her not to go, but the hallucination passes and he sees Darryl standing where Theresa has been. He recovers from his illness quickly, but the memory of the hallucination stays with him.

On his next day off, Socrates writes a letter to Theresa. He tells her about the hallucination and what she said to him, and tells...

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