Single Character

 

A letter

can change

the meaning

no, not that kind

of letter

letterheaded,

stamped,

addressed,

faxed,

or emailed;

a single

letter,

from a

single

I

to a single

You,

no, not that kind

of You,

U

For instance,

to make

'collusion'

out of

'collision',

one must

substitute

U for I,

though, here,

You for I

is good, too;

and when

or

is stretched to

our,

that's neat.

Sometimes,

a tell-tale

U

can bridge continents

 

The Twain, Poems of Earth and Ether