Viscera. Concave index of a body splayed; a brief witness to time. Chthonic waters of the simple past — a completed action in a time before now. Efflux seeping from ceiling to floor, dripping slowly as refuse does, seeping across the surface onto a tarpaulin floor. Morbid. Remains of a body dying, living; moving, in and out between the recesses of darkness and light. An eternal return. The scarab beetle, borne of the womb of skies, emerges infinitely, transforming night into the rising day. Mucus like fluid splayed between limb of wall and door breaks across the floor. It seeps outwith, regenerating, transforming infinite repetition, without alteration in each and every moment. Time is a woman most fertile, only when stood against the staid monotony of the ticking clock.