The wind whistled in my ears. My limbs flailed wildly. I grasped about for ground, but nothing was there. I looked down, hoping to see the end of the fall. I saw no ground beneath me. I saw the gaping, toothy maw, and a gullet beyond that led into total darkness. I fell into the mouth, and further down the throat. I looked up, seeing a tiny point of light above me. Then, there was a rumble, and a boom, and I was left in darkness.
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