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emerge

think of russian dolls. behind the curtain down the hallway in the

lounge room on the chair is the man with this daydream in his head:
a bigger apartment, a bigger lounge room, a bigger television
to have faster internet to watch the acceleration of the world.

 

webcam shows him the people, and in his searching he will find
cold footed and surreptitious, peering through the curtain,
down the hallway, to the lounge room. all will be revealed. 
russian dolls, each emerging bigger than the last.

 

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