For the slug, the ludic antics of the butterfly, nettles his pride as it labours hard in its life of reticence.
The codex stated explicitly that to conquer the past, the present and the future, a hat trick of sorts, one needed to be either the heir apparent to the highest throne or worthy of divine grubstake.
Every life is an autobiography, though of varying calibre of colophon and derring-does, but most if not all have pink slime elements that would make you febrile even in your grave in the midst of winter.
Life, a frangible gift, served by ungulate steps of time, with the promise of lotus land punctuated by milky ways turned sour yet still amenable to resurrection into caseous delights.
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