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The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part Two) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 2 Okurimono woke thinking she heard whispering. The house was silent, except for the wind creeping through crevices and cracks. In the dim light from the brazier, she saw a swarm of eyes watching her from … Continue reading

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The Legend of the Golden Flower (Part One) by Paul Andruss at Smorgasbord

Reblogged from Smorgasbord: PART 1 The priests kept the entrance to the shrine of the sun goddess Amaterasu, free of snow. It was here Okurimono sang and danced, protected by the temple wall from the worst of the mountain wind. … Continue reading

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