INESSA KALABEKOVA

My dragon friend: Ember, day one in London

Today marked my debut in London, a day spent immersed in the university’s bustling environment from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. Reflecting on my experience, my emotions are a swirling mix of intrigue and introspection. I find myself drawn to the grandeur of the expansive exhibition space, yet simultaneously yearning for a more intimate setting to showcase my dragon.

In my mind’s eye, I envision a transformation—a delicate balance of transparency and suspension, as if capturing the essence of a dragon’s ethereal flight. For dragons, I realize, are not meant for earthly confinement; they belong to realms beyond our own, where the boundaries of possibility are boundless.

Furthermore, a name change beckons —a title that resonates with the spirit of friendship and kinship with this mythical creature. As I contemplate the possibilities, I am filled with a sense of anticipation and excitement for the journey ahead.

After some thought, I’ve settled on a simpler name for my dragon friend: Ember. It captures the essence of fire and warmth, reflecting the spirit of this mythical creature as we embark on our adventures together.

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