Love Letters | Walt Whitman I

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Walt Whitman to Peter Doyle

New York, Friday, 25 Sept., 1868

Dear Boy,
I received your second letter yesterday – it is a real comfort to me to get such letters from you, dear friend. Every word does me good. There is nothing new or special to write about to-day, still I thought I would send you a few lines for Sunday. I put down off hand and write all about myself and my doings, etc., because I suppose that will be really what my dear comrade wants most
to hear while we are separated.

I think of you very often, dearest comrade, and with more calmness than when I was there. I find it first rate to think of you, Pete, and to know that you are there all right and that I shall return and we will be together again. I don't know what I should do if I hadn't you to think of and look forward to.