“Look at those volcanoes,” he said.

“Can we talk,” she said.

“That one’s dormant,” pointing.

“So.”

“The other’s active.”

“About us.”

“This whole island came from lava.”

“I’m moving.”

“Everything flew, drifted, or was brought by man.”

“Going to away.”

“Man brought disease.”

“I’m not sure where.”

“And wrecked it.”

“I need different.”

“Naturally…”

“We’re just different.”

“Wrecked.”

“—-”

“This landscape.”

“I don’t know what you want?”

“is all natural”

“I want more.”

“But also developed.”

“I can’t do this.”

“We’re evolving.”

“I’m going for a swim.”

“Always changing, yet staying the same.”

“Wait here for me?”

– Carson K. Smith

[found in And Review]

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