You miss me

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For a few weeks before leaving France, a friend of mine made a habit of saying “When you are gone, you miss me. You miss me.”

For the longest time, I interpreted that as “When you have left France, you will miss me.”

It was nearly two months after arriving in Australia that I finally understood him to be saying “When you are gone, I will miss you.”

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