Erik Nitsche: Keep in Touch/Isolated Home
A pen and a piece of paper ... one of the simplest forms of communication. Yet, a letter can mean so much. It can tell our most secret thoughts, share the moments of a busy day, offer advice and assistance to a loved one in need, or solve problems of great importance from a distance. Perhaps best of all, it can be read again and again. For, a letter can be saved to lift our spirits in the future. A letter can be the best way to keep friendships going. When people are separated for whatever reason, it is important that they "Keep in Touch." Whether in business, where keeping associates informed is necessary ... or in friendships where just dropping a line or two is always welcomed ... or in affairs of the heart, where expressions of love and passion are requisite. Unfortunately, in recent years, letter writing has become a lost art. But for some, this most personal and expressive means of communication is still the best way to "Keep in Touch."
This artwork was originally published on the Fleetwood® First Day Cover for the U.S. 22¢ Keep in Touch stamp issued April 20, 1987.
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