Kempt: Combed, the image left between flows of another object, often water or teeth, which leaves streams of binding and separating energy behind in the object, hair, cloth or other fibres, it has passed through. The energy is most often described by its absence: unkempt. Once an object is combed, and contains combing energy, it keeps it for a time. Unkempt energy is, in other words, not the absence of combed energy, but the process of its dissolution; a kind of flex built right into it.
Grass Kempt by Rain on a Steep Bank