Nanoblack horses, vantablack net-fishery in the pearl of Polaris.
A hard dull pearl of synthetic material. Or Pinctada
margaritifera-cumingi, grown in mussels in Tahiti. Local
pollution gives the pearl its color. But the core of the true
pearl from Bahrain is not a grain of sand. Small holes in
the oyster shell indicate a parasite. In the soft parts
in the slow-slacking intestinal flora of the hover-horse.
Along the silk roads of the ocean, where the blank pearls of
the motor-men’s helmets whirl in the same moonlight,