Not a soul in sight. Just the wind and mist in a whispered hush making their way across the world. The chill of water in the morning air stands in place, as though no longer able to keep the relentless march of clouds.
The trees have given way since ages passed to clearings. Clearings made not by the hand of man but by accord of wood and plain, an accord that never was spoken but only ever was.
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