Regret is in season; guilt with interest. One is beset by decimal shame from zero today. Natural history? Fit to survive? Alive is temporarily bluer than read. Shuffle your pages and see the beginning: an intro begs epilogue thinning and spinning. Yesterday horrors may blink in the rain. Kaleidoscope mirrors will transmogrify pain. Your winters must spring while shame will go bankrupt. Numbers in books sing fractal origins of species.