It all ends well when we find out that they were really the two halves of the same worm and that wormeo grew wormlietta back. Here the writer makes obvious references to the old testament story about how you can grow women out of ribs if they're watered well and planted in nutrient rich soil
and socrates/plato's theory of forms and his interpretation of love as the yearning of the original perfect soul divided in 2 indiduals of different genders trying to reunite with their respective other half.
It's only a myth.
When you cut an earthworm in two, you do not obtain two worms. The poor beast will rather die a few minutes afterwards, even if the two severed parts of its body still move.
"A man who only drinks water has a secret to hide from his fellow-men" -Baudelaire
He's always staring at me with his gigantic arms folded.
Biaxident is scary but he is deliberately scary. Biaxident is not scary by accident, despite his name.
But what give Biaxident away is his folded arms, for they are folded across his heart. Biaxident is folding his arms to protect his heart because he has a sensitive heart and he quite sensibly want to protect his heart from harm.
And what is most interesting is that Biaxident knows this. So Biaxident is not only insightful but he is sensitive as well.