The heat that is poured Upon aged lapsang souchong Burns silver needles * * * Though the leaves that make up lapsang souchong and silver needle white tea are both harvested from camellia sinensis, their flavour and character are widely different. As such they require different brewing methods to reach their full potential. The most important factor is the temperature of the water they are steeped in. Strong, robust lapsang souchong would benefit from boiling water while the young and tender silver needles are best brewed at lower temperatures.
Though I close my eyes Dying stars burn the brightest. Stay, so I can see. * * * Author's note: There is that moment before you lose someone that burns into your memory. Perhaps it's their face, what they wore, what they said and the feeling you had when you were last with them that sticks with you. Then, little by little, they fade away and you are left with the fragmented echoes of who they once were, or who you wanted them to be.
So You Think Gold is an Investment, Eh?
So the economy takes a shit and everyone starts panicking except you. Why? Because you have gold. More specifically, you have solid gold jewellery which you collected over the years. Now, everyone knows that when markets go down the value of gold goes up. You're certain you will make a profit.