Harke

Harke

n.
a painful memory that you look back upon with unexpected fondness, even though you remember having dreaded it at the time; a tough experience that has since been overridden by the pride of having endured it, the camaraderie of those you shared it with, or the satisfaction of having a good story to tell.

From hark back, a command spoken to hunting dogs to retrace their course so they can pick up a lost scent. Pronounced “hahrk.”

Spinning Playback Head

Thwit

Lisolia

Harke

Énouement

Aulasy

Alpha Exposure

Yeorie

Keta

Nowlings

Cullaways

Keir

Archimony

Epistrix

Tirosy

Present-Tense

Mithenness

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Gaudia Civis

Hiddled

Mimeomia

Anecdoche

Mogging Folly

Latigo

Dolonia

Aftergloom

Tillid