After her father's death, Iris struggles to appreciate Rothko paintings in an attempt to understand him. She discovers a new life, her past and future re-written from start to finish into something rather more glamorous, as if it had always been that way. Then she immediately makes another extreme change.
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- One incarnation of Iris is a non-humanoid, cyclopian "Monster" who refuses to visit any plant she'd previously visited in any timeframe.
- The Iris W. in this story is named by her father after Iris West from the DC Comics series "The Flash".
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