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The Sentimentalist

By Ramesh Dohan

THE SENTIMENTALIST

Dawn was his greeting time.
Welcome back, he said quietly.
He couldn't believe
what day it was.
He ate lunch in a
glass box, a kind of
winter cafe.
Someone before him
had left a little
Saucer of salt, with a wooden spoon
Like a tiny oar in white sand.

Ramesh Dohan lives in Toronto, Canada with his partner and an exceptionally perfect dog. When he is not writing in his favourite café, he is seen reading, hiking, and travelling the world. 

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