The author apologizes, but he finds himself in a rather difficult mood. Perhaps even a skeptical frame of mind. He is not at all cruel enough to let that transpose itself onto this piece, but supposes he should say something regarding both mood and epilogue.
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The epilogue should recall how the girl grew to love Gordon dearly, and he, practically commited with the first piece of outstretched communication, made the gentle step toward love as well. Througout their days together she would often pepper the house with little love notes, written on the post-it pads she always picked up when she saw them. No matter how of