Indifference

February 10, 2010
By sleepingeggs BRONZE, New Hartford, Connecticut
sleepingeggs BRONZE, New Hartford, Connecticut
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Streets emptied until not a single body
in action remained. Minds stayed
inside, pale and withered, held by a winter
long climate that was worse than numbness.
Indifference and inaptitude crept up on their
doorsteps. Clay pots of plants shrunk back,
trying to hide in the earth, down and under,
out of sight. Sun light was grey and dull, its
edges flattened to a one dimensional
world of soggy, dreary, shapeless non absolutes
and non existence reigned its rule.



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