Pen Pal Letter
This friend letter from John William James seems to talk of finality. He seems to be leading to the end of something. He speaks of Hades and the cycle of death.
He tells a sweet story of him and his Mother laying in the fields watch the swans gather. Then tells a story of his father. He brags that from his father he learned to wrap up loose ends. And some loose ends have to be taught how to tie up their own loose ends. He tells a story of his favourite pet pig that him and his father slaughtered as a child. He was sad to see it die but knew it was either the pig or him. He had to eat.