I wish we had time, you and I to sit down and talk a spell about life and experience, good times and bad and the road we took getting here to this place. We’d talk about your country and mine, the things we like, about food and wine. talk about family and large dinners, It was things like that that molded us, gave us character, carried us through the hard times, like sickness and accidents, wars and loneliness, how we like the same things. It would’ve been good, we'd agreed to have known each other over the long haul, maybe as neighbors how we could’ve aided each other, gossiped together, helped out in times of sickness, and how we'd agree each in his own way, agreed silently, we liked each other, and puzzled to ourselves what might have been had we met earlier. We stand up. I say its been wonderful seeing you, getting to know you a bit. You say, Yes, its been a fine time we’ve had, so nice to sit and talk, get to know each other. We say goodbye and I walk to my car, thinking, a fine lady. I wish I could take her with me. You turn back to your loneliness, I drive back to mine.