[...] Moist breath of the stones _ they breath clouds of soil and blow fat bodies against the nocturnal hall. I forget the blue spell and listen to the talk of cloudbodies. I catch their voices and throw them back and see them as red spots flashing up in the monotonous nigth. [...]
Anneliese Hager, "The Blue Spell" in Penelope Rosemont, op.cit. 268.