a menagerie of saints and scoundrels
In a secluded nightclub you hurl a heavy object at Frank Horseman, a high-handed prince.
In the ruins of Adonis Metropolis you do crimes with Miriam Milagro, an appreciating activist.
In the invigorating afternoon you get talking to Buford, your preferring brother.
Before the date you prepare a meal with Christine Oya, a tending dairy worker.
Five hours after the change you self-quarantine with Jule Karroach, a soft asshole.
During the gathering you reject Y. Formhals, an impressive weaver.
While Pingxiang sleeps you hex Ezekiel Bultema, a genderqueer traitor.
During the beginning you go to work with Cesar Barabara, a claiming heartthrob.
Outside an infested planetarium you tell your secrets to Cyrus, a neglecting ferngoth in a crimson shrug.
Outside a butcher shop in Sabzewar you chance upon Bryce Paradis, a vague potter in a Hollywood cerise garment.
Before the voyage you avoid Provosty Tobie, a plain-speaking historian.
During the premiere you lay flowers for Brinley Vance, your witty godchild.
Outside a rebuilt department store you embroider a surgical mask for Nathan Alina Catterton, an admiring photojournalist.
During the Saturnalia of Stars you patch up Elena, an aimless poltergeist in braid trousers.
In the dusky midday sun you share an intimate moment with Lily O. Krake, a changing solardaddy.
Four years before the Masquerade of Lovers you meet up with Logan Ada Dayton, a disloyal runner.
Outside a drab garden you go down on Brylee Birchall, an isolated auctioneer.
After the Vigil of Raging Rivers you pass by Barton, a self-reliant publican.
In the breezy twilight you lay flowers for Merlyn Dusty, an early gay.
Before the construction you share an intimate moment with Shiloh Davydov, a Polish ghost with a pet okapi.
In a cold restaurant you pass by Dogsbody, an agonizing jinxbutch.
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