(4) You salt a magic circle on the ground, leave offerings of food and drink on the counter. Allow the porch light to keep burning but nearby, lay a water-filled basin—decoy and reflective surface. You want them near but not so near that they forget they're on an otherworldly journey; you want them not to lose their way, but imagine one more visitation. In the morning when the pewter bowl is filled with wings of little silver bodies, your sadness swells like the first time. Why is it so hard for us to leave sorrow alone, slip its many medallions into their cases? And yet our pockets are full, we have been blessed.