Posts Tagged: Tokyo
What did the pilot of the Airship look like, Gaia asked Julia while they were in their beds, ready to fall asleep. He had tiny glasses with a metal frame and no hair but in the very back of
So, you have been inside the belly of a large, invisible animal who spat you at a distance? Yes, said Julia, sort of.
Standing on the edge of Campo Carmine’s pool, Julia thought at what Mark asked her. What exactly was the sensation she felt when she fell through a wormhole? Was it hot or cold? Was it pulsating? Did she feel
On the day Julia took the airship back to Helobiae she recognized the shapes of the islands floating between the clouds. She slept
In the world without her, Julia saw the flow of life, heard its whisper. She was there and she wasn’t anywhere and both her presence and her absence were true. She had to return home, she had to tell Gaia
Suddenly Julia felt she was not there anymore. She could not find herself anymore. Not there or anywhere else. She simply had disappeared and it was fine, she had merged with life and was finally part of it. Lights