Narcissus cries, clawing at his face.
Two figures in mirrored masks unfold
a roll of reflective mylar material which
scatters watery reflections of light across
Narcissus steps forward to his reflection,
scared at first, but falling in love with
his image - and embracing himself.
The mirror masked entities give him lipstick,
then a pink ruffled shirt, and red feather
boa - the articles of vanity.
Narcissus steps into the water - the
reflective mylar rises up.
Finally, the mylar flips over, and Narcissus
is found lying on his back seeing
his reflection above him, now below the surface
of the water drowning.