Dear amigo,

Joyful it is to be your friend. One of which, people can depend.

So without further ado happy birthday to you. Happy birthday to you and - meh, Morah too.

Usually there’s a joke, but I'll refrain I suppose. At long last this poem has come to a close

Hasta la vista!

This poem was written for a Christian. Two siblings had their birthday on the same day, but are not twins.

What are the author's initials? Who was the poem written to? Is there a hidden message?

  • $\begingroup$ Not sure if this is anything as it does specify 'Christian' in the text - rot13 (Zbenu va Uroerj zrnaf grnpure) $\endgroup$
    – Karm
    Sep 19, 2019 at 7:19

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The poem might be written to...

Joshua because these are the fist letters of each sentence in the body of the poem

And the author's initials might be...

D. H. because those are the capitalized letters in the greeting and sign-off

Still working on the rest.


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