Nighthawk

Nighthawk

n.
a recurring thought that only seems to strike you late at night—an overdue task, a nagging guilt, a looming future—which you sometimes manage to forget for weeks, only to feel it land on your shoulder once again, quietly building a nest.

Nighthawks is a famous painting by Edward Hopper, depicting a lonely corner diner late at night. In logging, a nighthawk is a metal ball that slid up and down a riverboat’s flagpole, to aid pilots in navigation.

Proluctance

Nighthawk

Maugry

Lyssamania

Fool’s Guilt

Viadne

Symptomania

Emodox

Vicarous

Malotype

Sayfish

Punt Kick

Agnosthesia

The Meantime

Solysium

Addleworth

Insoucism

Heartspur

Appriesse

Solla, Solla, Solla

Fawtle

Daguerreologue

Daguer-reologue

Dorgone

Future-Tense

Ledsome

Kadot

Chrysalism