that there can be

Amy knew that this was not the full story. There had to be more than just a silly flap over a credit reporting company operator insisting that the computer knew more about her grandmother's identity than her grandmother herself did. For Sophie would never enter the vortex of belief that she could be reduced to mere numbers in a computer, mere atoms breathing under water.

Quickly, Amy stripped off her sneakers, balled her socks up inside them, threw them over with her grandmother's sensible naturalizer pumps, and waded out to where Sophie had temporarily regained her balance in the never-ending torrent of water between the two large granite boulders in the middle of the creek.

"What could this possibly mean?" she asked softly as she approached her grandmother.

"What do you mean what can this mean?" Her grandmother snorted back. "This means whatever is out there. It means that whatever can be probably is."

in water / breathe deep-- / understand / that there can be / no differences between / air and water / symbol / and symbolized

the word is / the sound / of water / dripping from/ ancient symbols / tiny particles / of merging / realities

Follow us all: Amy/Anna, Sophie/Yuki, Kit/Richard, minor characters or sift through water leavings and river journeys.