“In any climate, under any sun, death admires you in your contortions, ludicrous humanity, and often, like you, perfuming itself with myrrh, mix its irony to your insanity! »Charles Baudelaire, Danse macabre Year 2054 … an atmosphere of the end of the world. Rats, with human airs … all too human, roam alone on a devastated Earth, emptied of all […]
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