41° 8' S72° 23' W
alluvion\ əˈlo͞ovēən\ (noun); a. the wash of the sea or of a river b. an overflow or flood c. matter deposited as sediment; alluvium
we are nearing the edge of the earth, and she knows it. there is only a sliver of land left before the white, before the endless.
so she toys with time, and with the limits of her own fertility. she stretches the sun and hides her moon, which is as round and as white and as wild as a gutter-born hydrangea (it's flowers bigger than a human head.) she is heavy and humid with the sediments of her creation. watch her now, see her summon her insides out; her plates shake and her magma gurgles and her thick, wet alluvium (sticky-ed and caked in the crinkles of her ancient skin) is washed away in her own sulphuric shower. the rusty flakes, tiny scales, dissolving instantly in her hot, volcanic rain.
there is only a sliver of land left before the white.