January 29, 2017

“Strangely, with all the doors and windows locked, the house felt larger. It echoed more. I walked and heard myself walking. If I closed my eyes, I could not find my way through the house. I walked to the left, then found that I went to the right. I was constantly lost. It took nearly an hour for me to find the bathroom. When I went to the bedroom, I tried dozens of locked doors before coming to the only door that opened. A faint breeze blew down the main hallway and although I followed it, I could not find where it went. I fought the breeze to reach its beginning but the air stopped at a wall…”

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