1. We don’t really need spaceships, but there’s something to be said for goods not brought in by
2. Love is a quiet thing that seeps into the gaps he hadn’t known he had.
3. My mother always planted sunflowers along the path, towering guardians to keep us safe from old wives’ tales and silly superstitions. This is the first summer without her –without them– and the shadows of our childhood nightmares aren’t so silly anymore.
4. The gaslamps hiss and spark in his wake as if the flames share the city’s contempt.
5. You don’t need tea leaves or bones or cards, you can read the future in anything if you know how to look.