• Vol. 03
  • Chapter 03
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The new moon shape reflected is even more ready to dive than him. Thick and all-too curved to be true, it's more of an illustration, bubbled and almost following through its circumference to make a full mouthed 'O'.

Or is it more of a question mark? Man-in-the-moon-sliver, or small body coiling round into the rolling *punkt* of lively punctuation. The water is silk, nonetheless,
silk crepe stretched outwards far and wide, bound too quiver in the wind (currents
           churn down deep)