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The Time Breath – Everyday Daemon

Time BreathThe Time Breath is a diwata that can compress or stretch time at the key moment you are trying to communicate urgently with someone. They can stretch out the last moments of phone battery when you have an important call to make, or slow the loading of an email attachment for a looming deadline to punish insolence. Time Breaths are rarely seen, and work their mischief and magic by singing in high tones audible only to electronic circuits and dogs. If you ever meet one, you will know because they appear to be made entirely of fingernails.

This everyday daemon is documented as part of a contribution to the Hannah Festival 2014 Directory launch week.