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She wore a gold crescent moon in her smolder of hair — Nemdur had ordered
that she wear it, for soon, he shouted, the Tower would stand as high as the
moon itself, and her white face would burn against the brickwork bright as day.
The sun had come up over the world, and Dunizel, Moon's Soul, had been
returned to the blossom garden by the sacred lake of Bhelsheved. And he who
had lain over her, yet not with her, the marvelous weight of him, not in the least
heavy or ...
Possibly it even hurt him, this sun-related moon-ember held fast against his flesh.
The nigfat sky burst about them, as the water of the lake had burst. Currents and
streamers of starlight, wind, and the intangible ether, parted and poured by.
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