Be Brief

It wasn’t a letter, but a diary page ripped in half, and it wasn’t a path, but a worn out box. With its zigzagged edges, not only was it torn in half (horizontally) but it had been pulled from the binding of the book. Without the other half it doesn’t make sense.

The entirety of the page is empty all but for the words “Always by”.

Who wrote this, what does it mean and where is the second half?

The search for the other half of the puzzle continues….

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