Sieh describes Nsana

Hi did nothing like mortals if he could help it. So he had chosen skin like fine fabric, unbleached damask in swirling raised patterns, with hair like the darkest of red wine frozen in midsplash. His irises were the banded amber of polished, petrified wood — beautiful, but unnerving, like the eyes of a serpent.

The Kingdom of Gods by N.K. Jemisin

The description is so vivid here, I can imagine Nsana standing before me.

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Krista Stevens

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