Bara Cailín 4: 30 ‘swirl and bubble’

Buoyed by her discovery Inteachán moved with fresh purpose. By feeling the current beneath her and listening carefully over the sound of the deluge, Inteachán estimated that she was close now. She adjusted her angle slightly to position herself squarely in the rivulet she had chanced upon and slowed sufficiently to act decisively.

The water beneath her began to swirl and bubble as it pooled around a certain section of the cave’s wall. Inteachán splashed on and as she did the ground fell away from her and she sank beneath the surface of the water.

Author: Barnaby Taylor

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