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Untitled - Dillon Tulk - A Birds Crushed Skeleton/Telestic Vivicrux

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  2. The barrel of the ribs was as narrow as that of a skeleton: the legs had shrunk so that the knees were thicker than the thighs [ ]. The curvature of the spine was astonishing. The thin shoulders were hunched forward so as to make a cavity of the chest, the scraggy neck seemed to be bending double under the weight of the skull.
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