In which the lake does not make itself

There being no lake, or one (we) having to imagine a will-to-lake of the lake. The lake, pre-lake, wanting itself, assembling its forces, and thus A Lake (itself)! No, the lake does not make itself.

lake requirements:

1. a sustained change in elevation such that might fall then rise to at least the height of its previous elevation, e.x. (V), and support the holding of a large amount of water (a body!)

2. water (cycling, that is water and the replenishment of water via ground (earth), air (condensation), etc.

forthcoming: (a) In Which Lake (V) Meets Anti-lake (^). (b) Lake Superior. (c) In Which A Lake Makes Itself, or The Immaculate Lake.