The MAILMAN by J.D. Mann.

The text for this story was written by my nephew, J.D. Mann. He was only five years old at the time. My sister sent me the prose and requested that I add illustrations to his story, and I obliged. This story has a slightly existential aura to it; you can find many layers of hidden meaning if you try. Is it a metaphor of the human struggle? Is it a parable for corporate America? Or simply the fruits of a creative kindergartener's imagination? See for yourself...

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