Where have you gone, Mr Robinson?
THE EDITOR, Sir:
This is an open letter to scribe Gordon Robinson.
I write as one of your three loyal readers. Your absence from the pages of the Sunday and Tuesday Gleaner has left us more seriously entwined than Booklist Boyne.
Speaking personally, my education on the writers and, in some cases, original singers of my favourite old songs has been seriously stalled.
Not to mention, I was just beginning to become a decent domino player, thanks to your insightful advice via your Tuesday offerings. Now I will be on the receiving end of many six-loves.
You, sir, have left your three loyal readers no choice than to boycott these publications until your return.
Finally, mindful of your part-time profession, we seek justice.
SOUND OF SILENCE