Midsummer

Midsummer

n.
the point in your mid-twenties when your youthfulness expires as a valid excuse, leaving you accountable for your own station in life, even if you’re still only reeling from your past or planning for the future— which somehow makes time itself feel more urgent than before, until even the springtime pollen floating in the air reminds you of the coming snow.

Borrowed from the traditional feast of the summer solstice, after which all the days become shorter.

Harke

Lap Year

Echthesia

Yeorie

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Kerisl

Halfwise

Pithered

Mithenness

Énouement

Amentalio

Clockwise

Tirosy

Walloway

Nowlings

Backmasking

Inerrata

Spinning Playback Head

Appriesse

Enterhood

Plata Rasa

Amuse-Douche

Attriage

Symptomania

Emodox

Allope

Loss Of Backing