Month: January 2016

January 3, 2016

  Imagine walking in a verdant vista. You are almost fully enveloped by nature; by foliage, which bristles overhead in the gentle breeze or which crunches underneath your feet as you shuffle forward. Through the small gaps of light peering through the trees you can make out that there is not a single cloud in the azure sky. And then you hear a rumble. The ground shakes. You keep still. Nothing. And then, another rumble. The ground shakes again. There are still no clouds in the sky, so you deduce it cannot be a brewing storm. Another rumble. It is…

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