Nature’s parabola, spotted today in a yard after a stressful day’s work.

Enough Something and the Chills Subside

It’s just one of those days when you want to be in the world so bad, but everything sounds like a scream, and you have the chills, there in your hoodie, doing zooms like everything’s fine. Hour after hour, you grab whatever’s nearby, aspirin, mints, water, yesterday’s kombucha. Things hitting your throat means you’re in it to win it, you got this. Music on, that’ll be cool, can’t think, turn it off. Foods in, foods out…

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