Dear stranger,

one day, in the heart of Melbourne, in front of the state library, I received a little paper roll carefully tied with a string of red wool. It was some action from stranger to stranger that had started in Toronto. But had been copied in different cities around the world, among them Melbourne. A group of people gave away gifts to strangers. A blonde girl with a vintage dress gave her gift to me. I will never forget that day. Never forget the very moment, when I unfolded the paper roll saying: Dear stranger, receive this gift from me, a selection of my favorite poems.