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  1. Rec 3

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    a burnt out match at the end of summer

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    29 Mar 2014

    Bookmarker's Notes

    I need to read this book. Like now. But in other news this is super well written and I want more. No porn.

  2. Rec 4

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    The brandy in David's glass flickered blue: David could feel the heat from it. This won't hurt, he thought. Luke wouldn't hurt me. He raised the glass to his lips.

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    17 Mar 2014

  3. Rec 3

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    a burnt out match at the end of summer

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    2 Mar 2014

  4. Rec 2

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    David asks the wrong, or maybe the right, question.

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    9 Feb 2014

  5. Rec 3

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    The ninth day, and the tenth, and a few more after that.

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    26 Dec 2013

  6. Rec 1

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    It's not always interesting to be a god among mortals, but they are not without their surprises. Luke experiences a few days of the ordinary and the promisingly odd.

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    25 Dec 2013

  7. Public Bookmark 9

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    Seven years after the events in which he met Luke, David discovers that an unknown young woman will be staying with his housemates and him. He is disconcerted that she seems to want something from him.

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    19 Nov 2013

  8. Public Bookmark 7

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    When they said that flames lick, that kisses consume, or that touches burn, all these, David had thought, were only metaphors. Certainly flames have no mouths; when Luke withdrew from David his mouth would still be there; and where their hands, then their arms, then their torsos touched, and their knees tangled, David still had skin, not crisped or burnt or even reddened. Still, there was something important about this metaphor, something powerful and insightful about the connection between flame and Luke - between fire and love.

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    1 Oct 2013

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  9. Public Bookmark 2

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    David asks the wrong, or maybe the right, question.

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    29 Sep 2013

  10. Public Bookmark 4

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    The brandy in David's glass flickered blue: David could feel the heat from it. This won't hurt, he thought. Luke wouldn't hurt me. He raised the glass to his lips.

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    27 Jan 2013

  11. Public Bookmark 9

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    Seven years after the events in which he met Luke, David discovers that an unknown young woman will be staying with his housemates and him. He is disconcerted that she seems to want something from him.

    Words:
    3,355
    Chapters:
    1/1
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    24
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    57
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    17 Jan 2013

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Smushy cuteness. XD I love Luke in this.

  12. Public Bookmark 2

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    Luke has always brought change.

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    10 Sep 2012

  13. Public Bookmark 2

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    Astrid thinks Luke really needs to get a new sense of humour. "Fending off all those women probably did his reflexes good, but David's too down to earth to like the attention from the newspaper people."

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    10 Sep 2012

  14. Public Bookmark 1

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    Luke comes home for Christmas.

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    10 Sep 2012

  15. Public Bookmark 1

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    Luke comes back.

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    10 Sep 2012

  16. Rec 2

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    Astrid thinks Luke really needs to get a new sense of humour. "Fending off all those women probably did his reflexes good, but David's too down to earth to like the attention from the newspaper people."

    Words:
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    1/1
    Comments:
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    5 Sep 2012

  17. Public Bookmark 2

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    David has a lot of matches.

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    23 Aug 2012

  18. Public Bookmark 7

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    When they said that flames lick, that kisses consume, or that touches burn, all these, David had thought, were only metaphors. Certainly flames have no mouths; when Luke withdrew from David his mouth would still be there; and where their hands, then their arms, then their torsos touched, and their knees tangled, David still had skin, not crisped or burnt or even reddened. Still, there was something important about this metaphor, something powerful and insightful about the connection between flame and Luke - between fire and love.

    Words:
    3,143
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    7
    Kudos:
    20
    Bookmarks:
    7
    Hits:
    463

    22 Aug 2012

  19. Public Bookmark 3

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    a burnt out match at the end of summer

    Words:
    4,009
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Collections:
    1
    Kudos:
    20
    Bookmarks:
    3

    22 Aug 2012

  20. Public Bookmark 7

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    When they said that flames lick, that kisses consume, or that touches burn, all these, David had thought, were only metaphors. Certainly flames have no mouths; when Luke withdrew from David his mouth would still be there; and where their hands, then their arms, then their torsos touched, and their knees tangled, David still had skin, not crisped or burnt or even reddened. Still, there was something important about this metaphor, something powerful and insightful about the connection between flame and Luke - between fire and love.

    Words:
    3,143
    Chapters:
    1/1
    Comments:
    7
    Kudos:
    20
    Bookmarks:
    7
    Hits:
    463

    2 Jun 2012

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