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Fight

[Last words of Citrine 4UV, sentenced to shattering for desertion, conspiracy against Homeworld, high treason and defacement of Authority property. Transcript recorded 41-08-05-78 by Pearl 2JL]

[ 4UV]: You can shatter one of us. You can shatter ten, a hundred, a thousand, a million.

But you can’t shatter a revolution, my diamond. 

[END OF TRANSCRIPT]


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andie.

i found my uncle dead on a saturday morning. it’s been haunting my head ever since.

i called andie, as soon as i had a chance. she didn’t answer.

she must’ve rung me back during the long, awkward silences of informing my cousin his father had passed.

i called her back. she asked if i could use some company, and offered to cancel her plans.

i told her she didn’t have to, but she insisted on holding my hand. i broke down a few times on the drive to her house.

we held
each other
together
in her bed
for nearly
fourteen hours.

learning the softest parts of one another until we slipped into slumber.

we awoke to our alarms, only 3 hours after.

andie kissed me goodbye, for the first time, just before that sunrise and she went back to sleep.