It is a mass that devours, possesses, assimilates all, spreading, infiltrating, capturing. It makes the skin burn and the air toxic. It is pervasive, invading us like an autonomous being. It is a black water that adapts to shapes and submits them to its own rules. Inconceivable! Like art and existence. A radiant poison that that sticks to the skin and burns the flesh.
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