It dawns slowly. Claudia wished her sense and the world were more harmonious.
She grew tired of the wait. Wishes without constellar aid equal overreach or, put
poetically, a fall. Like meteors they consume themselves before touching ground.
Claudia never touched for groping. Never spoke for shouting. Her ears were cupped
by the din of her own bell. The bell rings and, sadly, dinner's never served.
A sensibility that starves makes hours of seconds.