Chrysalis is a reflection about the place of the man in his environment. We don’t know if these humanoid forms or otherwise disappear, reborn, wrapped as chrysalis. The visible is a fine line between a cocoon that clears their lines and the dust storm that envelops and clears the cocoon.
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