Letter from Aron to Poline January 13, 1914

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Letter from Aron to Poline January 13, 1914

Letter to Poline from Aron January 13 1914 envelope A

Letter to Poline from Aron
Buff envelope.
January 13, 1914
Kishinev to Paris
Rue Vieille du Temple 41

 I am in a hurry to write a second letter to you. Like we agreed, I responded on the day when I received your first letter and I was waiting for something from you when you were on your way. I was very disappointed because I did not receive a single word. I don’t know what it means, but it is something I cannot understand. While leaving Kishinev and separating from me in Bendery, God only knows what I felt, and you do not write even a single word to me. Please explain to me, Pulinka, why you didn’t write anything. I also expected a card from you on Friday, but it is Saturday now, and the card is not here. I went to the store on Saturday with no excuse just to find out if there is something. Nothing was there on Sunday, nothing was there on Monday. I waited for the mailman all three days, and it was so tiring to wait for him that I had severe headaches. And when he came, it was worse because he didn’t bring anything to me. My sister left on Saturday, and I already received two cards from her, and there is nothing from you. Don’t you have any opportunity to write a couple of words? The content of this letter was supposed to be different than it is now, but I cannot write anything unless I receive some news from you. It’s such a shame when I go to the store. They notice everything, and my concern, and it affects me so much I am almost losing my mind. If it doesn’t end, I don’t know what’s going to happen to me. Only God knows, but I am going to run away from here. Now when you receive this letter I ask you with no delays immediately write a response to me. As agreed, I am supposed to receive your first letter from Paris in my store and the second one at the post office. Please explain Polinka why you are bringing such suffering to me, but it’s enough of yelling and screaming at you. Everything is the same here. Nothing new. It’s getting warmer. Polinka, please be healthy, happy. I wish you all the best and all the happiness. Your Uncle Ooch!!!!!  [There are 3 exclamation points in the draft of the letter in Aron’s Notebook. ]I touch your hand. I kiss you and hug you. Soon, very soon, we’ll be together. How are you? Please describe everything, what news, what did you hear, answer all of my questions in your first letter. And I really hope that we are going to see each other soon. Please tell me if you received the two letters before this one. I am going to the post office on the 22nd of January. That’s why, please respond to this letter immediately. January 13, 1914. Monday 11pm

[Note: This letter is in Aron’s Notebook of drafts.]

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