Jane strews flowers in cups and mugs and vases all over the house. On the piano, a rose, red as lipstick. On the sideboard and my nightstand, huge balls of hydrangea, gray-violet and palest blue. On the table, a bouquet of honeysuckle and daisies, their yellow eyes bright under white petaled lashes, and the pointed [...]
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