Ezra is sitting on a white chair. The restaurant is what my mother would call ‘chic’. Istanbul hollers outside and she is telling me about about orange roses. ‘For a long time, I made them. I sewed them. I curled the thin peel. I boiled them with sugar. I put them into jars.’ Orange roses. […]
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