7. Start with a time of day │ escapril
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livingghost
livingghostDefinitely not a writer ig: livingxghost
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Day 7 of escapril — this piece has been lingering for a long time.
(Also, anyone who gets the reference connected to the time?)

7. Start with a time of day │ escapril

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen are a modest manifestation of time

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen are a modest manifestation of time while in the other room the wall clock has a louder voice

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen are a modest manifestation of time while in the other room the wall clock has a louder voice TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen are a modest manifestation of time while in the other room the wall clock has a louder voice TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK with the leftover vibration filling the hanging suspense

17:05 the little, thin numbers at the corner of the screen are a modest manifestation of time while in the other room the wall clock has a louder voice TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK with the leftover vibration filling the hanging suspense spread in the whole quiet and empty apartment

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK keeps on shouting the clock

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK keeps on shouting the clock "Your life is running out of stock"

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK keeps on shouting the clock "Your life is running out of stock" some kind of pressure is settling in

17:06 I hear and feel the seconds passing by slipping through my fingers like grains of sand TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK keeps on shouting the clock "Your life is running out of stock" some kind of pressure is settling in as if, at any moment, an alarm is about to go off

17:08 diving in thought

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing Tick tock tick tock

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing Tick tock tick tock how many promises are left unkept?

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing Tick tock tick tock how many promises are left unkept? how many dreams will only stay dreams?

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing Tick tock tick tock how many promises are left unkept? how many dreams will only stay dreams? counting on another moment that still has to come

17:08 diving in thought with the same echoing Tick tock tick tock how many promises are left unkept? how many dreams will only stay dreams? counting on another moment that still has to come forgetting time has a limit

17:12 if it wasn’t for mortality time wouldn’t be so important

17:12 if it wasn’t for mortality time wouldn’t be so important maybe it wouldn’t even exist

17:12 if it wasn’t for mortality time wouldn’t be so important maybe it wouldn’t even exist mortality makes us question “what have I achieved?”

17:12 if it wasn’t for mortality time wouldn’t be so important maybe it wouldn’t even exist mortality makes us question “what have I achieved?” but at the end of time, does it really matter?

17:12 if it wasn’t for mortality time wouldn’t be so important maybe it wouldn’t even exist mortality makes us question “what have I achieved?” but at the end of time, does it really matter? TiCK toCK, tiCK toCK

17:20 Time to go .

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