siring a blue abyss aflare
in the lamp we call a sun.
latin clasico latin vulgar romance emilianense castellano cadet cadere + habet > kaderat = caera facies facere + habes > faras = haras inveniet aflare
+ habet > aflarat = hallara redet tornare + habet > tornara = regresara
Clemente renders his figure with intensity: dark slashes of eyebrows, penetrating little eyes, nostrils aflare
, sky-blue lips sealed to disallow any verbal communication (mimicking vision's silence); a freshet of the same blue emerges from his nasal passages, traces the side of the mouth, and is reflected in a greasy patch on the top of the chin.
and so bright that we understand: why we go to war is to make explosions and lights, which are more beautiful than anything.
AFLARES can be tricky if you're not graced with height or long legs.