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Second Bite

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Prompt:

Second bight. A bowline on the bight tied in the second bight of a rope, as opposed to the first.

Revised prompt:

A meticulously tied bowline knot, situated in the second bight of a long, robust rope. The intricacy and strength of the knot is clear, a testament to the skill of those who tie such knots. The rope runs in both directions, disappearing into the unseen distance. The first bight lies untied, creating a striking contrast between the two aspects of the same rope. The texture of the rope, the precision of the knot and the ambient lighting all contribute to a scene of practical beauty.

From the original SB.txt

Second bite of the cherry.


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29th March 2024