I am well out of it. Wet but wet dries. It was the wind of wild air of seeds of brightness that did it, I was thinking about those golden seeds windborne, impregnating mortals. Harpies as fast as gusts. Then I walked into the ocean. Not for that reason, but why not? My soul walks with me. Take everything, keep it all. I have my form of forms and whether I listen to Elsinore’s tempting flood and walk into the ocean (I turned back) or sit on a couch of sand makes little difference. The flood is following me. Lord will it attack me? Enough. Enough walking through memories. I move and time and space conjoin. Better to sit and kill time instead. I’ve no loyalty there. I’m not time’s bitch. Think of that dead dog who sat with me, my loyal pointer Orthus. There: decay. Good dog. Bloat and decay: evidence of time’s destruction. It destroys us and we destroy it right back. Kill it. Blur it together with space, kill that too for all I care. Stone it to death and they collapse together. I no longer see distinctions. The running dog? Just a point. Hungry brother of Orthus. Peekaboo I see you. Not me. Or you. The dog.