a cure for the common block

Memento Mori

Kanae read the document for the twelfth time, both to confirm that he had everything, and to let it sink in. Again. He unrolled and flapped a blanket onto the sand and set down the candles, matches, boombox, and snapdragons. He planted his board in the sand, as well as the urn containing his great-grandfather’s ashes. He lit the candles and burned the snapdragons as he sang along with the music. Ha’ina ‘ia mai ana ka puana.

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