“...in the distance across the dark fields I saw a flame. With the rainy season, the fireflies had long since disappeared. What then could this be? The flame flickered, now brightly, no dimly, and sometimes it glowed like a halo, as if it had sunk deep into water.
I was frightened by this flame. For in my heart I, too, carried a flame.”
― Shōhei Ōoka, Fires on the Plain
Borosilicate glass on a long, soft leather cord.
Measures about 3 inches in length.
Kiln annealed for maximum durability.
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