Anchorage

Anchorage

n.
the desire to hold on to time as it passes, like trying to keep your grip on a rock in the middle of a river, feeling the weight of the current against your chest while your elders float on downstream, calling over the roar of the rapids, “Just let go—it’s okay—let go.”

From anchorage, a port at which ships may anchor. Pronounced “ang-ker-ij.”

Harke

Lap Year

Echthesia

Yeorie

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Kerisl

Halfwise

Pithered

Mithenness

Énouement

Amentalio

Clockwise

Tirosy

Walloway

Nowlings

Backmasking

Inerrata

Spinning Playback Head

Merrenness

Hubilance

Clockwise

Lisolia

Agnosthesia

Occhiolism

Beloiter

Holiette

Future-Tense