By Finn Mclellan

She left the lilies on her wife’s grave, white petals waxy and damp with dew. It seemed a fool’s hope, but what did she have left to lose?

That night, she woke to damp earth on her pillow, and soft, cold fingers brushing her forehead.

“Thank you. For the flowers.”

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