I love the water in all her iterations.
I love it when she's steamy and the shore stretches on forever.
I love it when she's calm and still, a glass castle bouncing off the sounds of children and birds and fleeing fish.
And maybe I love her most when she's moody. When she eats the at the earth with an insatiable appetite. When she is wild and free and full of life.
And we get to stand at her edges, soggy and silenced, completely aware, and maybe slightly afraid, of her power.