The cicada-killer wasps are preparing dens in which they will each lay one perfect egg. In the shrill music of August’s heat, the cry of one cicada stung for the feast and dragged below the earth to await the hatchling the way you await your future, destined to erupt blind and famished from its glossy membrane.
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