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Found in LA: Love Letter No. 8 of 15

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Romantic poetry pasted on a phone pole near Western and Franklin | Photo is reader submitted

Any girl or boy who would love to have received a Valentine's Day present like this is a girl or boy for LAist's love. Above is the middle of a poem, or more accurately, number 8 of 15 parts of the poem pasted on poles around LA. It's like a scavenger hunt, or at least a good lengthy walk, as the ninth in the series is close to a mile away on Harvard and Sunset (see map below after the jump).

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