The garden we used to pass on the way is the garden that stops me, is the garden that reminded us of wanting fruits over ornaments. I look up where we used to look down, at bloomed, fragmented, white flowers, lilacs by name, yearning, like broken glass, like just-wiped eyes trying not to overflow at the mirages conjured by the whispers of ghosts, mischievous earthbound do-gooders sticking around to share little bits of a bad person with you.
Luke enjoys cooking tofu, qualitative research, IU's prolific body of work, and playing video games with faraway friends. Is also an M1 at UCSD. Hopes to make some music soon. One time.