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There were days when summer heat made Julia feel bloodless. Only Gaia’s efforts would force her out of bed and in the streets looking and drawing maps. One summer morning they woke up at dawn and took the FishTrain to
Among the kids diving in the lagoon Antonio alone cultivated a passion for drama. The submerged floors were his stage, fish and algae and the occasional friend his audience, a combination of exploration and staging his art. He assembled weighted furniture
Giulia, Gaia and Kristen visited Locust Island for year’s end festivities. As they left the Fishtrain station, the warm air and the clear skies made them feel it was summer again, in the heart of winter.
Fourth floor said the large, bald man. Thank you, said the girls at the same time. Julia kept Gaia’s hand in hers while waiting for the elevator.
Shadows from the cables of the Stone Bridge sang songs for those who lingered, predicting their future. Julia, sensing danger, walked on.
Carina watched Mara when she walked in Olivolo Castle’s gardens. Carina lived in a stone annex to the Castle which had a grated window opened inside the Castle’s walls, covered year round by Ivy. Carina spent hours looking through the window
Feeling tired, Julia sat for a while on the steps of the archway leading to the food market in Two Moon Square.