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The Great Inward Turn of 2013.

The night was heavy with heat and moisture alleviated only by the faint whisper of wind snaking off the Caribbean. The water so blue it illumined turquoise even at night. Even when juxtaposed against an onyx sky, as if the water itself held a light source independent of any celestial body. The breeze was nice. As were the impossible quantity of stars, spattered pell mell, well concealing their genius patterns and whirls. The notes of my flute took flight to meet the rhythm of each incoming wave, and then disappeared as offerings for all things on their journey toward the closing of the cycle. The closing and then the entry into the number 13, the space between the breaths, the death and suspension of one to be shed and reborn like a serpent; more powerful, more alive, more free than ever.

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