DiveDecember 12, 2010
Most people never choose to dive directly into muck, to submerge below algae-coated surfaces of stagnant pools. Under that bloom-skin, there is only dank, only dark, only that which chokes, confounds, confuses.
I prefer chlorine and filters, or the clarity of tropical seas. But down there in the darkness lies a long-sought answer, a key, a fulcrum to the lever that could change everything. I could leave it latent, but to dive deep means returning to the surface, peace between my palms.