Articulation also occasionally occurs
[..] when inhaling (inverse sound).
Thus, for example, an inverse [f] is used
from time to time for the expression of a
sudden, mild pain.

R. Arnold / K. Hansen

much later is:
as if rattling as if: the breath got going and
along the edge capsules crackling, even cracking
the seeds they: spurt spray deeper, back
from the shoreline, across the land
before that:
tongue lining the gums with whispers
chirruping, trilling in the (..) in the heat
lost in haze – fresh-cut grass – it’s
whirring past – an echo – the wind