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One day after dinner, Morton was sitting at the kitchen table having a taste of water, thinking about a carpet or two, when electricity discontinued. Sun set and awareness gradually changed to wonder as he saw the beauty of the crescent of a new moon on a cloudless spring evening passing by the windows.
Many years later, Morton awoke on his couch from an afternoon nap. Venus, the cat, leapt off the window where she was sleeping permitting sunlight to pass through a glass reclining on a table. "That is" he thought, "as beautiful as the crescent of a new moon on a cloudless spring evening".
* This piece is tuned to the system known as Just Intonation, rational intervals from the harmonic series.