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Tidal change follows the expected accident, said Mark, polishing a wooden box. What is the expected accident, asked Gaia. She was looking around while Julia was drawing at a desk behind her. The expected accident was the end of the
Gaia emerged from the depth and swam with Julia to the balcony. They were helped out by the girl who offered a red towel to Gaia and a Yellow one to Julia and an apple to each of them.
Julia swam through the living room into a corridor, the walls covered with mussels and there she saw the moon, enormous, providing the light for her. She swam towards it, along the corridor, through a window and out of it she
August, 1933. A prolonged drought brings the water level to its lowest since the construction of the Joshua Barrier. December, 1933. The change of the moon orbit increases the tides in Helobiae lagoon sevenfold.
Julia took note of the water level every day until she could see the submerged windows of the buildings getting closer to the surface. She would have been able to look inside but the canals were so full of
Before time. The fall of an asteroid provoke waves that inundate coastal cities throughout the Middle Sea. May, 1933. An asteroid hits the moon, changing its orbit. It will become known as Moony.
The tide had settled and the sea was shining with light. The moon, just above the clouds in full daylight, was larger than Julia had ever seen it.
Julia woke up on the floor of the living room. The sky from the windows was bright and clear. Gaia was on the floor next to her, her breathing slow. Kristen was on the sofa, her head reclined towards
Julia, Gaia and Kristen danced and laughed while the building creaked and shook. Waves were grazing the windows and rain was pouring from the sky. The moon loomed as large as ever through the clouds.
Inside the apartment Kristen was singing loudly in the living room. She smiled at Julia and Gaia as they came in, wet and shaken. Come on in, I’ll make some tea, we’ll dance to the waves until it’s quiet