8 thoughts on “Nothing

      1. First off it’s very minimalist, so it takes some filling in the gaps by the reader.

        Then some details:
        “When he was gone, no // light // then dimmed” here, how can something be dimmed __after__ the light is gone? Wait, does that mean it’s actually getting __brighter__? Dimmed is brighter than no light. I was assuming it was getting darker. Maybe it’s just a backwards assumption. Or maybe you mean “then” as in “back then”, not “next in sequence of events”.

        Actually, a second read through, less glossing over it, it sounds much more stable and I understand it better now. Me no Engliski :3

        It’s just very abstract, as well, which works.


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