In a wave of fire she falls and crashes, smoldering embers: dying ashes. An egg fertilizes in dust and heat, warmth engulfs a new heart beat. The egg cracks and he has spawned, from night to light, dusk and dawn. He spreads his wings in new sun’s rays, they ignite anew: engulf ablaze. He ascends up through the morning sky, until the next time he falls to die.