I shook again, tasted plum, and suddenly the words were pouring out of me.”She said I sang before I spoke. She said when I was just a baby she had the habit of humming when...
It exhasperated her, but she knew better than to force the world to her desire.
The gesture was so tight with rage she feared she’d snap and crack the world in two.
She was not vain enough to work her will against the world. But she could use the things the world had given her.
Oh yes. It was well worth it, doing things the proper way.
She shelled the nuts and toasted them, jiggling them about in the pan. She sprinkled them with salt and ate them each by each. Some were bitter. Some were sweet. Some were hardly anything. That...
Nothing was nothing else. Nothing was anything it shouldn’t be.
They were everything they ought to be and nothing else.
Auri,” I asked slowly, “are you joking with me?”She looked up and grinned. “Yes I am,” she said proudly. “Isn’t it wonderful?
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