Going entirely silent

Arno is afraid that blinded by her fear and her panic, Syrtanyelle will prevent him from singing to the rivers and whispering to the wind, and make him go entirely silent. Arno is afraid Syrtanyelle will push her cruelty even farther, encouraged by the people around. And yet, Arno is fearless and dauntless and he continues walking on the thin lianas between trees, dancing there in precarious balance. As time passes his steps become more and more gracious, and he learns to avoid gestures that risk to make him fall in the river. And if he falls in the river, patience, he’ll surely find some roots on which to cling and climb back on the tree.