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Samhain stands at the table, directly in front of Cas, a look of regret upon his face. All around them, outside of this room, things have gone to shit. He’s not even sure how they’re going to get out of this one, but they’re out of options. They have to fight, even though they both know what it means for them.

Someone’s bound to get burned…” He says, running his hand through his hair absentmindedly. It’s a nervous gesture. “It’s only to be expected.”

In each of the above pairs, the first word is the preferred American spelling; the second word is the preferred spelling in British English.

Learned can be both the past tense of learn and an adjective that means “educated, scholarly.”

If you’d like to see what other words are spelled/spelt differently between American and British English, read this article.

I have to repeat
the prayer that we will all go back
to earth one day soon to become earth,
that our tears will run to the sea
a last time and find it open, and our fires
light someone’s way home.
—  Philip Levine, from “Burned,” Poetry (September 1990)

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