"About decline" weaves in and out of subconscious situations, lost souls, creating a fiction rooted in my daily life. I describe an unsettling twilight world where night will never fall. It isn’t an agony but more like a twilight eternity. Here is a world which is worn out, tense and shattered but which does not die.
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