skyless


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skyless

(ˈskaɪlɪs)
adj
having no sky
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Skyless and claustrophobic, they nevertheless manage to convey a sense of vast, breathtaking beauty, a feat even more impressive in three works all achieving the same high caliber.
Rigel has scanned the silent audience and smelled the unmoving air, and he--a creature of the wind--knows the indignity of this skyless temple.
Till beneath this we fasten a roofbeam that will watch the coming and going of our skyless life, two crooked segments.