14 September 1922

6 Pond Street, Hampstead, London

Dearest Bogey
Im so glad to hear from you. Our goodbye reminded me of the goodbye of a brother and sister who weren't each others favourites . . . But it didn't matter, a little bit.
L.M. has been to Popes. Ill tell her about Turner's Hill in case she cares to telephone.
I don't think I can come to S. until my treatment here is over. I regret, very much, missing autumn that I love so. But at the same time I am happy in London just now. Not because of people but because of ‘ideas'. At last I begin to understand the meaning of ‘Seek and ye shall find'. It sounds simple enough, but one seems to do anything but seek. . . However, that sounds a little too airnest for a letter. [To J. M. Murry, 23 September 1922.]