‘What are you doing?’

Kishu, Inu
‘Whoring it out,’ replied 🕊 , while retrieving a slaughtered pig who wandered far from home.

Kishu, Inu, observed anew: the head that bows respectfully, the wings giving only rise to self: 🕊’s exaction of l’excorpumens.

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My sobriquet here derives from a character from Nova, a novel by Samuel R. Delany. I’m a musician; I have backgrounds in Japanese linguistics and law.

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My sobriquet here derives from a character from Nova, a novel by Samuel R. Delany. I’m a musician; I have backgrounds in Japanese linguistics and law.

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