Skye regarded the goat. Its agate eye. Young nanny, not long from a kid. Then her beard, black lip and nubbins of horns. The goat was scattering pellets like seed over the straw. Quickly she photographed the face. Black and white, she thought. Yes, a beautiful child. Becoming a ruined god. Meanwhile, Nia was dropping […]
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