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Her hair smelled of honeysuckle and campfire smoke. She wore a ring on her left pinky that she claimed was carved from deerhoof. When she laughed, all I could think of were locusts.

I listened to her heart as she cradled my head on her breast. Her finger(more)

nature's wordless poems,
recited daily by wind,
sun, clouds, and shadow
She never speaks, the girl in the corner with the long brown hair and the angel eyes.

One of the older boys tried to open up her mouth, once, but she burned the palms of his hands and left us all with the taste of salt on ou(more)
As Jake ripped the door open to the bar, he was greeted by loud shouts and cheers. He cursed under his breath - he knew he had missed an interesting play.