, , ,

The lava is surrounding her

and she tells her mentor,

that she feels like she has lost

her self and forgotten who

she was to begin with.  The mentor

doesn’t understand this concept of the self

and the two discuss it

on the top of an erupting volcano,

until they both agree that

this girl has lost who she

was, but only when she forgot

that if one splits

the past and the future, they are

not a person, just an animal, void

of rising ontology.  The

volcano starts to form Hawaii,

the nicest of volcano islands,

even better than Japan.