Dissipate Ambiguous Man • Anthropogony • Anticoagulant • Contusion • Corruption • Dissipation • Grey Man • Manifestation of the Unseen Ghost • Mind Geography • Misanthropy • Muse Shadow • Violation
A Cradle Song  | Abyss  | Ambiguous Man  | Ancient Fractal Octopus  | Anthropogony  | Anthropo­centrism  | Anthropo­dunamisism  | Anthropo­entelechism  | Anthropo­kinesisism  | Anticoagulant  | Awareness  | Binary Division  | Blood  | Casino  | Change  | Clarity  | Conflagration  | Contusion  | Contusion vs Puncture  | Corporeal  | Corporeal Paralysis  | Corruption  | Crime Scene Photos  | Death  | Death as Synchronicity  | Displaced Gratification  | Dissipation  | Ebb Flow  | Electricity Synesthesia Audio  | Emanation  | False, Cold Light  | Filter  | Genesis 4:1  | Ghosts are Memories  | Gluttony  | Godself  | Grey Man  | His Voice as the Sound of Many Waters  | Impotence  | John 1:51  | Linear Time Intersecting Chaotic Probability  | Manifestation of the Unseen Ghost  | Meat Conduit  | Memories are Ghosts  | Memory  | Mind Geography  | Misagorapy  | Misanthropo­morphication  | Misanthropy  | Muse  | Muse Shadow  | Omniscience  | Origin  | Particulate  | Pastoral  | Preludium  | Probability Cloud  | Psychic Paralysis  | Puncture  | Reality  | Recognition  | River  | Self Incapacitation  | Shade Upon a Void  | Shape of Memory  | Son of Self  | Sound Synesthesia Death  | Squirrel Energy  | Stasis  | Sublimation  | Synagora  | Syngeometry  | The Casino  | The Vales of Har  | The Void  | Time Intersects Time  | Undulation  | Violation  | Viscous  | Vision Synesthesia Death  | Void  | Water  | White

Dissipate

I felt his coldness as we stood in the room and he held me in his full embrace. After a few minutes, with his arm around my back and the other around my head holding my cheek to his chest (he was that tall), I thought I had warmed him because the chill faded. It wasn't until he left and I started shivering that I realized I hadn't warmed him, but he instead brought me down to his temperature. I don't think it was an exchange. I don't think he absorbed my warmth. I think he simply dissipated it, like an anti-coagulant for some kind of energy that should have remained intact and integral within me.