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It was too early to see anything outside-still darkness, lingering all about-
sounds of people hurrying off to work, in their cars-the traffic sounds distant
and the echoes of spaceships as they went from one point to the next-the sky
and the atmosphere in it, like rubbing on a balloon, and that squeeky noise it
makes-shivers up the spine, then down your neck dancing the hairs-like a magicians
dancing cane. They opened the shutters and pulled back the curtains-a man's
voice whispered-"The world is your oyster"-I heard that one before-even before
he walked in-he smelled like butter-no bread, just the oily-sweetness, like
tasting something in your head. I stretched myself out like a throw rug, and
rolled over to see if there was a newspaper-they tricked me again, no paper-
no cartoons-just a book with a lot of paper, pages-whatever-I turned it over
to see the back-it had a note taped to it-"Damn! Your good!"-hmmm...I guess,
but the smell of traffic-when will I get to experience the noise that makes
everyone else in such a hurry?-A mechanical voice reached into the room through
a speaker-and told me to get up-"$#%&"-There, file card 01-can't get to that
one bitch-(Thats a female dog).





D.E.M.-04 To Be Cont.

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D.E.M.


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