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Miles from the sparse towering modern malls, several kilometers down a sidewalk, just outside the shining and moldy warehouse.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A man gazes hesitantly into a greasy locket.
A stray dog runs away cooly.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the woman wonders.
The sound of a lonely car alarm is cut off violently.
The bruised woman and the bloodied man cross gazes again.
2
Within a brightly lit theater, down the brown gleaming street.
The rooms are overrun with green grafitti.
``Why are you lost?'' the man ponders silently.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the faceless individual replies.
The rain fills the air.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the man says.
3
Throughout the endless rusted and glowing factories, around the nearly infinite crystal houses, among the halls of a crumbling church.
A fearful vagrant stares from within a darkened corner.
The sound of piercing laughter gets quieter and quieter.
The woman and the wanderer meet stares with renewed vigour.
4
In the entrance of a strangely lit office building, away from the few nearly infinite glass smokestacks.
The floors smell of mold.
A bloodied model peers into a cracked light-bulb.
A stray cat picks up the broken tv remote in their mouth and runs away.
``Why are you aged?'' the man remarks.
``Do you think he saw us?'' the woman thinks.
5
Several kilometers down the road, within the walls of a charcoal twisting fast food restaurant.
The rainstorm obscures the man's vision.
The woman and a veiled woman argue angrily once more.
6
Close to the sparse simple offices, somewhere along the stained railroad tracks, just outside a light grey lit restaurant.
A woman peeks slowly through the door of a closet.
A raccoon picks up an old chicken bone in his mouth.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man asks.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman ponders silently.
7
Within the black grimy subway stop, amongst the many towering expensive skyscrapers.
The sound of a shrill scream resonates.
The faceless traveller and an individual lips' touch for the first time.
8
In between the nearly infinite shining and dusty apartments, near the endless short steel warehouses, in the entrance of the barely lit apartment complex.
The gleaming floors are thickly coated in crimson paintings.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Why are you aged?'' the man mutters.
9
Down a river, within the walls of the moldy factory.
A cat darts into the shadows.
A woman stares resignedly into a spotless wine glass.
The sound of a muffled heartbeat is cut off violently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man replies.
The sleet fills the air.
The fearful prostitute and a bruised figure hips' meet again.
10
Just outside the glaringly lit art studio, miles from the sparse plastic houses.
The walls smell of mildew.
A woman gazes from inside a darkened corner.
The sound of lonely laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you lost?'' the man says.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the shrouded woman asks coldly.
A stray dog watches cooly.
The man and a traveller bodies' part at last.
11
Among the halls of the glowing and sleek night club, somewhere along an imposing freeway.
A veiled individual peers into a filthy pair of glasses.
The fog shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man asks.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman whispers.
The sound of a piercing car alarm resonates.
The man and the bloodied man meet stares once more.
12
Several kilometers down the alleyway, within a brightly lit train station.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the aged wanderer ponders silently.
``Why are you fearful?'' the woman thinks.
13
Around the charcoal twisting offices, somewhere along a crumbling path, inside the cracking and filthy office building.
The abandoned rooms are sparsely covered in dust.
A mouse picks up a piece of wire in their mouth.
A lost figure stares desperately into a drilled hole.
The sound of a violent scream gets louder.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the woman replies.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the veiled traveller mutters.
The downpour fills the air.
The woman and a prostitute argue passive-aggressively with renewed vigour.
14
Within the walls of the strangely lit theater, several kilometers down a street.
A faceless vagrant gazes hesitantly into a clear mirror.
The sound of a clear heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man ponders aloud.
15
Down the light grey rusted river, in the entrance of a grimy barracks.
The shining walls smell of alcohol.
``Why are you fearful?'' the withered model whispers.
``Do you think he is coming?'' the man says.
16
Far from the nearly infinite towering modern smokestacks, close to the many neon apartments, just outside a grey lit stairway.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
The woman and the bruised woman talk again.
17
Inside a twisting and sleek warehouse, somewhere along the freeway.
An aged wanderer peeks cautiously from the shadows.
A dog picks up the crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away slowly.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the faceless traveller thinks.
The rain becomes heavier.
The woman and a figure lips' meet at last.
18
Several kilometers down a brown glowing sidewalk, within the walls of the neon lit temple.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man wonders.
19
Amongst the overwhelming number of moldy malls, somewhere along a subway line, among the halls of the dusty and crumbling fast food restaurant.
The rooms are overrun with missing pet posters.
A woman stares at the cracks in a wall.
A cat watches unemotionally.
The bloodied individual and the veiled prostitute talk viciously as predicted.
20
In the entrance of a glaringly lit church, near the sparse short simple warehouses.
A man gazes into a greasy neon sign.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the lost man asks resignedly.
21
Miles from the nearly infinite light grey gleaming factories, around the glass skyscrapers, within the rusted and stained train station.
A stray dog runs away.
The man and a figure hips' part for the first time.
22
Throughout the many towering stone smokestacks, several kilometers down a black grimy street, just outside the brightly lit hospital.
The walls smell of mold.
The sound of a lonely scream is cut off violently.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman asks.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the man replies.
The snow fills the air.
A shrouded vagrant peers desperately through the door of a closet.
A raccoon picks up the tattered shoe in their mouth and runs away morbidly.
``Why are you aged?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the bloodied wanderer wonders.
23
Among the halls of the imposing subway stop, down a railroad tracks.
The sound of piercing laughter gets louder and louder.
The woman and a withered individual fingers' touch with renewed vigour.
24
Somewhere along the glowing and filthy path, inside a barely lit barracks.
The floors are thickly coated in mirrors.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the lost prostitute thinks.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man asks passionately.
25
In the entrance of the moldy theater, close to the overwhelming number of plastic malls.
A woman stares from within a darkened corner.
A rat picks up a rotten apple in his mouth.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the aged figure ponders silently.
The sound of a muffled car alarm resonates.
The man and a model cross gazes again.
26
In between the few nearly infinite crystal warehouses, down the river, within a strangely lit stairway.
The gleaming rooms smell of salt.
A dog watches curiously.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the veiled vagrant says.
27
Away from the steel factories, miles from the endless short modern skyscrapers, among the halls of the grey dusty night club.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat is cut off violently.
A woman gazes nervously into a cracked wristwatch.
A mouse picks up the shard of glass in their mouth and runs away.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the shrouded wanderer whispers.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man asks.
The sound of a lonely scream echoes continuously.
The bruised woman and a faceless man hands' meet once more.
28
Several kilometers down the rusted subway line, inside an unlit apartment complex.
The cracking floors are covered in cockroaches.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man wonders.
29
Within the walls of the stained and crumbling art studio, amongst the sparse neon houses.
A woman peeks hesitantly from the shadows.
The fog obscures the bloodied prostitute's vision.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman mutters.
The sound of a clear car alarm resonates.
The aged model and a wanderer talk for the first time.
30
Within a blue lit train station, down the road.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man says.
31
Throughout the few charcoal filthy malls, somewhere along the grimy and imposing street, just outside a brown moldy warehouse.
A lost traveller peers into a drilled hole.
A raccoon picks up a broken tv remote in their mouth.
The man and a faceless vagrant talk resignedly as predicted.
32
Down a sidewalk, in the entrance of the brightly lit office building.
The walls smell of mildew.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the fearful prostitute whispers.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man asks.
33
In between the many towering simple warehouses, near the brick smokestacks, inside the dusty and abandoned subway stop.
A woman stares from within a darkened corner.
A stray cat runs away cooly.
The bruised man and an individual meet stares at last.
34
Among the halls of the neon lit temple, miles from the nearly infinite nearly infinite crystal offices.
The rooms are sparsely covered in threats.
A woman peeks desperately into a spotless light-bulb.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the man wonders.
A cat picks up a sheet of plastic in their mouth and runs away.
The veiled model and the bloodied woman lips' part once more.
35
Far from the few sleek and crumbling apartments, somewhere along the grimy river, within the walls of a light grey glowing hospital.
The rain fills the air.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the man remarks.
36
Several kilometers down a freeway, within the dimly lit barracks.
A woman gazes coldly at the door of a closet.
A dog watches cooly.
The shrouded prostitute and a vagrant cross gazes again.
37
Inside the twisting and rusted restaurant, somewhere along a charcoal gleaming subway line.
The sound of a violent heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the woman asks aggressively.
``Remember when we made love?'' the aged traveller ponders silently.
The snow obscures the woman's vision.
A fearful woman peers morbidly from inside the shadows.
A rat runs away resignedly.
``Why are you lost?'' the man ponders aloud.
38
Throughout the sparse towering stone factories, in between the many brown filthy skyscrapers, just outside the strangely lit apartment complex.
The moldy rooms smell of alcohol.
The sound of a muffled car alarm resonates.
The woman and a withered model fingers' touch for the first time.
39
Among the halls of the crumbling theater, around the nearly infinite short steel malls.
A man peeks through the cracks in a wall.
A stray cat picks up a torn up letter in their mouth and runs away.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the bruised vagrant replies.
The snowstorm shows no sign of clearing.
The man and the prostitute argue coldly at last.
40
Close to the few plastic smokestacks, down a railroad tracks, within the unlit train station.
A raccoon picks up an old chicken bone in her mouth.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the aged wanderer mutters.
41
Several kilometers down an abandoned and stained alleyway, inside a black shining art studio.
A man gazes nervously into a cloudy locket.
The sound of shrill laughter gets quieter and quieter.
The woman and the bloodied traveller meet stares once more.
42
Away from the sparse towering expensive offices, miles from the endless glass apartments, within the walls of the brightly lit factory.
The floors are thickly coated in spiderwebs.
A man peers from within a darkened corner.
A mouse runs away cooly.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman says.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
The faceless figure and a vagrant hands' part as predicted.
43
In the entrance of the grimy temple, near the overwhelming number of nearly infinite crystal houses.
A man peeks into a smudgy pair of glasses.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the woman wonders.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the bruised prostitute asks.
44
Down a sidewalk, within a light grey lit warehouse.
A rat watches with interest.
The woman and the veiled woman talk cautiously again.
45
Far from the dusty and cracking malls, amongst the many simple smokestacks, just outside the brown imposing stairway.
A fearful man gazes hesitantly from the shadows.
The sound of a piercing car alarm is cut off violently.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man remarks.
46
Throughout the nearly infinite sleek and rusted warehouses, several kilometers down a grey gleaming path, within the walls of the neon lit fast food restaurant.
The fog obscures the man's vision.
The woman and an individual hips' meet for the first time.
47
Down the road, among the halls of a moldy church.
A woman stares desperately at the door of a closet.
The sound of a lonely scream gets louder and louder.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman mutters.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man whispers.
A stray dog picks up a tin can in his mouth.
The man and the bloodied traveller cross gazes with renewed vigour.
48
In the entrance of a strangely lit theater, several kilometers down the charcoal grimy subway line.
The walls smell of mold.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman thinks.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man wonders.
The sound of muffled laughter resonates.
A woman peers into a drilled hole.
A dog picks up the piece of wire in their mouth and runs away.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man asks passive-aggressively.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the man says.
The downpour fills the air.
The woman and a wanderer talk as predicted.
49
Miles from the sparse steel factories, down a river, within the twisting and crumbling night club.
The sound of a clear car alarm is cut off violently.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the shrouded model asks.
50
Around the overwhelming number of shining offices, near the endless plastic malls, just outside a barely lit apartment complex.
A woman peeks from inside a darkened corner.
The rain becomes heavier.
The lost vagrant and the veiled woman fingers' part at last.
51
Within the walls of the imposing barracks, several kilometers down a light grey stained sidewalk.
The sound of a piercing scream echoes continuously.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man replies.
A stray cat runs away morbidly.
A withered traveller stares slowly into a greasy mirror.
The snow clears slightly.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man mutters.
52
In the entrance of a brightly lit temple, away from the nearly infinite short neon skyscrapers.
The woman and the figure talk resignedly for the first time.
53
Far from the rusted houses, miles from the many towering stone smokestacks, within a brown sleek art studio.
The sound of shrill laughter resonates.
A man gazes cooly from within the shadows.
A rat watches interestedly.
``Why are you faceless?'' the lost wanderer remarks.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman ponders aloud.
54
Down the street, among the halls of a dimly lit subway stop.
The gleaming floors are covered in strange messages.
The bruised vagrant and the withered model bodies' touch with renewed vigour.
55
Just outside a black moldy train station, several kilometers down the grimy and glowing road.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
A woman peeks at the cracks in a wall.
A raccoon picks up a tattered shoe in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
``Why are you veiled?'' the bloodied individual ponders silently.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man whispers.
56
In between the few crystal offices, somewhere along the alleyway, within the walls of the glaringly lit restaurant.
The twisting walls smell of mildew.
The snowstorm fills the air.
The woman and a man cross gazes again.
57
Throughout the sparse nearly infinite brick warehouses, around the overwhelming number of charcoal abandoned factories, within a sleek and imposing warehouse.
A man stares hesitantly into a drilled hole.
The sound of a lonely car alarm gets quieter.
``Why are you fearful?'' the shrouded woman says.
The sleet becomes heavier.
The man and the faceless prostitute argue viciously once more.
58
Several kilometers down a brown filthy path, inside the grey lit hospital.
The floors are overrun with pink grafitti.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the veiled model asks.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman asks aggressively.
A dog runs away slowly.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the lost vagrant thinks.
59
In the entrance of the moldy church, somewhere along a railroad tracks.
A woman gazes into a cracked window.
The fog obscures the man's vision.
The bloodied figure and a traveller talk as predicted.
60
Far from the many expensive malls, miles from the rusted and stained apartments, just outside the barely lit theater.
The sound of a violent heartbeat resonates.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman ponders silently.
A cat watches cooly.
A withered man peeks coldly into a filthy shot glass.
The rainstorm shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the woman mutters.
``Why are you fearful?'' the shrouded wanderer says.
61
Within the walls of a charcoal grimy night club, amongst the nearly infinite short modern houses.
The walls smell of alcohol.
A stray dog picks up the crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away.
The man and a faceless prostitute talk cautiously for the first time.
62
Throughout the few cracking warehouses, down a brown sleek subway line, within the strangely lit art studio.
A woman peers from inside the shadows.
The sound of muffled laughter is cut off violently.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the aged individual replies.
``Why are you lost?'' the man remarks.
A mouse darts into a darkened corner.
The shrouded model and the woman hands' part again.
63
Among the halls of a dusty fast food restaurant, several kilometers down the freeway.
The snow fills the air.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman asks.
``Why are you fearful?'' the bloodied figure wonders.
64
Around the overwhelming number of plastic factories, in between the many abandoned and crumbling smokestacks, inside a brightly lit train station.
A woman gazes nervously from the shadows.
A dog watches unemotionally.
The aged man and the faceless individual fingers' meet with renewed vigour.
65
Somewhere along a light grey filthy alleyway, just outside the gleaming barracks.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter and quieter.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man whispers.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the lost prostitute ponders aloud.
66
In the entrance of a glaringly lit office building, several kilometers down the sidewalk.
The stained rooms are thickly coated in letters.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man says.
The sleet becomes heavier.
A veiled woman peeks at the door of a closet.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat resonates.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man ponders silently.
67
Miles from the endless neon apartments, near the few nearly infinite simple houses, within a charcoal glowing warehouse.
The fog clears slightly.
The woman and the vagrant meet stares once more.
68
Far from the twisting and dusty offices, down the grimy railroad tracks, within the walls of an unlit hospital.
The rooms smell of salt.
A man peers hesitantly through a drilled hole.
The sound of a shrill scream echoes continuously.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the bloodied man asks.
The rainstorm obscures the withered individual's vision.
The woman and a fearful wanderer lips' touch for the first time.
69
Somewhere along a street, among the halls of the moldy temple.
A raccoon picks up a shard of glass in her mouth.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the man replies.
70
In the entrance of the neon lit stairway, several kilometers down a black crumbling subway line.
A woman stares from within a darkened corner.
The sound of clear laughter gets louder and louder.
The man and the figure talk with disgust at last.
71
Away from the sparse towering glass skyscrapers, throughout the overwhelming number of sleek malls, within the grey filthy factory.
A cat picks up a rotten apple in their mouth and runs away.
``Why are you lost?'' the shrouded woman mutters.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman whispers.
72
Somewhere along a river, within the walls of the strangely lit art studio.
The floors are sparsely covered in thick brown pipes.
``Why are you aged?'' the bruised prostitute wonders.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man thinks.
73
In between the many crystal warehouses, down the light grey rusted sidewalk, among the halls of a gleaming night club.
A veiled vagrant gazes morbidly into a cloudy wristwatch.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat resonates.
The woman and a faceless traveller cross gazes as predicted.
74
In the entrance of the barely lit church, close to the nearly infinite short stone factories.
The walls smell of mold.
A withered man peeks slowly from the shadows.
A stray dog watches with interest.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man says.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the shrouded individual replies.
75
Amongst the modern smokestacks, around the few nearly infinite steel offices, within the imposing subway stop.
The sound of a violent car alarm echoes continuously.
The man and a wanderer argue angrily with renewed vigour.
76
Miles from the endless expensive houses, somewhere along the road, inside a dimly lit apartment complex.
The abandoned floors are overrun with missing pet posters.
The snowstorm fills the air.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman asks.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the lost woman ponders silently.
The sound of a muffled scream is cut off violently.
A man stares at the cracks in a wall.
The snow clears slightly.
``Why are you faceless?'' the veiled traveller whispers.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man asks resignedly.
77
Just outside the dusty and glowing warehouse, far from the overwhelming number of towering simple skyscrapers.
The woman and a withered prostitute talk for the first time.
78
Near the glass apartments, away from the nearly infinite charcoal cracking malls, within the walls of the glaringly lit barracks.
The moldy walls smell of alcohol.
A man peers into a stained light-bulb.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
The woman and a model meet stares at last.
79
Several kilometers down the twisting path, in the entrance of a black sleek fast food restaurant.
A man peeks cooly into the door of a closet.
The fog becomes heavier.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman remarks.
A rat darts into a darkened corner.
The shrouded man and an aged vagrant hips' part once more.
80
Within the light grey lit train station, throughout the many plastic warehouses.
The sleet fills the air.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman ponders aloud.
81
Just outside the imposing and shining theater, down a subway line.
The floors are covered in ants.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man says.
``Why are you lost?'' the veiled figure mutters.
The sound of a piercing car alarm echoes continuously.
A woman stares nervously from inside the shadows.
A stray cat picks up a broken tv remote in his mouth.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the bruised wanderer whispers.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the woman ponders silently.
The sound of shattering glass gets louder.
The aged prostitute and an individual hands' touch with renewed vigour.
82
Several kilometers down the rusted railroad tracks, inside a neon lit stairway.
A woman gazes desperately into a greasy cellphone.
The rainstorm obscures the man's vision.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman thinks.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the faceless woman replies.
83
Around the few short neon factories, somewhere along a sidewalk, in the entrance of the brown gleaming art studio.
A dog watches curiously.
The woman and the veiled model cross gazes for the first time.
84
Far from the overwhelming number of moldy and twisting smokestacks, miles from the nearly infinite steel apartments, among the halls of the barely lit restaurant.
The abandoned rooms smell of mildew.
A man peers from within a darkened corner.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the withered vagrant says.
The sound of a clear heartbeat is cut off violently.
The man and a traveller talk as predicted.
85
Within a crumbling subway stop, several kilometers down the charcoal imposing alleyway.
A man stares into a cracked neon sign.
The downpour clears slightly.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the bruised wanderer wonders.
86
Just outside a strangely lit warehouse, away from the nearly infinite modern houses.
The walls are thickly coated in advertisements.
The sound of a lonely scream echoes continuously.
The faceless figure and the aged woman talk passive-aggressively once more.
87
Somewhere along the freeway, within the walls of a dusty temple.
A stray dog picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth and runs away.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man mutters.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the woman asks.
88
In between the few towering brick offices, down the light grey glowing street, among the halls of a brightly lit apartment complex.
The rusted walls smell of mold.
A man gazes at a drilled hole.
The fog fills the air.
The veiled model and the man fingers' part again.
89
Within a cracking and gleaming hospital, near the many grey twisting warehouses.
The sound of a muffled car alarm gets quieter and quieter.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the bloodied individual asks slowly.
A cat darts into the shadows.
A woman peeks hesitantly from inside a darkened corner.
The sound of violent laughter is cut off violently.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the fearful wanderer replies.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman ponders silently.
90
In the entrance of the unlit church, somewhere along a river.
The rooms are overrun with spiderwebs.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the man remarks.
``Do you think he saw us?'' the woman says.
91
Throughout the overwhelming number of short simple malls, several kilometers down the abandoned railroad tracks, within the walls of a crumbling and filthy stairway.
The faceless woman and the lost figure argue viciously for the first time.
92
Somewhere along a path, just outside the acid green lit train station.
The dusty floors smell of salt.
A woman stares coldly into the door of a closet.
A mouse picks up a stained magazine in their mouth.
The shrouded vagrant and a prostitute hips' meet as predicted.
93
Within the charcoal imposing factory, several kilometers down a moldy sidewalk.
A man peers from the shadows.
The rainstorm obscures the woman's vision.
``Why are you bruised?'' the man mutters.
A dog picks up the torn up letter in their mouth and runs away.
The woman and an aged man talk with renewed vigour.
94
Amongst the glass skyscrapers, somewhere along the road, in the entrance of a barely lit night club.
The shining rooms are sparsely covered in cockroaches.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the faceless woman whispers.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman asks passionately.
The sound of a clear scream resonates.
``Why are you lost?'' the man replies.
95
Down the brown gleaming river, among the halls of an abandoned and rusted art studio.
A shrouded model gazes through the cracks in a wall.
A stray cat darts into a darkened corner.
The woman and the individual cross gazes again.
96
Miles from the endless towering plastic houses, far from the sparse neon smokestacks, just outside a dimly lit office building.
The sleek walls smell of mildew.
A bruised prostitute stares cautiously into a filthy locket.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the aged traveller asks.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat gets quieter.
The man and the veiled vagrant lips' part for the first time.
97
Inside a twisting fast food restaurant, somewhere along the subway line.
The snow fills the air.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the shrouded woman whispers.
98
Within the walls of a neon lit barracks, close to the many short stone apartments.
The walls are thickly coated in dust.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man wonders.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the faceless wanderer replies.
99
In between the few steel malls, near the grey imposing factories, in the entrance of the dusty apartment complex.
A man peeks cooly at a drilled hole.
A rat picks up a tin can in her mouth.
The woman and a prostitute talk nervously once more.
100
Several kilometers down a glowing and gleaming alleyway, within the brightly lit theater.
The floors smell of alcohol.
The rain obscures the lost figure's vision.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man asks aggressively.
The sound of a piercing car alarm is cut off violently.
An aged model gazes hesitantly from within the shadows.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the woman thinks.
101
Throughout the endless nearly infinite crystal offices, somewhere along the railroad tracks, inside a charcoal moldy stairway.
The man and the bloodied man hands' touch as predicted.
102
Far from the overwhelming number of glass warehouses, around the sparse towering simple smokestacks, just outside the glaringly lit subway stop.
A raccoon picks up a shard of glass in their mouth and runs away.
A woman stares into a clear pair of glasses.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
``Why are you withered?'' the faceless traveller mutters.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman says.
103
Among the halls of the light grey rusted train station, several kilometers down an abandoned street.
The rooms are overrun with letters.
The man and a woman bodies' meet at last.
104
Down a river, in the entrance of the strangely lit warehouse.
A woman peeks desperately into a stained mirror.
A stray dog watches cooly.
The bruised individual and the lost figure cross gazes for the first time.
105
Within the walls of a filthy and twisting art studio, close to the nearly infinite expensive apartments.
The stained floors smell of mold.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman whispers.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the fearful man wonders.
``Why are you withered?'' the man replies.
106
Near the endless brown glowing malls, miles from the few short modern offices, within the dimly lit restaurant.
A bloodied prostitute gazes into the door of a closet.
The snowstorm fills the air.
The man and a woman talk with renewed vigour.
107
Among the halls of the sleek church, several kilometers down a black moldy subway line.
The grimy walls are sparsely covered in charcoal book pages.
A woman stares resignedly through the cracks in a wall.
A cat picks up a rotten apple in his mouth.
``Remember when we first met?'' the aged model remarks.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man mutters.
108
Amongst the many stone houses, somewhere along the freeway, in the entrance of an unlit barracks.
The veiled individual and the fearful traveller fingers' part again.
109
Away from the overwhelming number of filthy factories, in between the nearly infinite towering neon smokestacks, within the walls of a crumbling and dusty hospital.
The gleaming rooms smell of mildew.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman asks cooly.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the man ponders aloud.
110
Just outside the barely lit factory, down a twisting and sleek road.
The downpour obscures the bloodied prostitute's vision.
A man peeks into a frosted wristwatch.
The sound of a muffled scream gets louder.
``Why are you faceless?'' the withered woman thinks.
``Do you think he is coming?'' the man asks.
111
Inside the light grey rusted subway stop, close to the few cracking and shining apartments.
The aged figure and a man hips' touch at last.
112
Somewhere along the alleyway, among the halls of the neon lit night club.
The walls are covered in brown paintings.
A woman peers slowly into a spotless wine glass.
A mouse darts into a darkened corner.
The veiled wanderer and a bruised model argue passive-aggressively as predicted.
113
Miles from the sparse short glass offices, around the many crystal skyscrapers, within the walls of a dusty temple.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you fearful?'' the woman replies.
A stray cat watches unemotionally.
A man gazes from the shadows.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the shrouded woman says.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman asks angrily.
114
Within the purple lit apartment complex, away from the endless nearly infinite simple houses.
The floors smell of alcohol.
The fog fills the air.
The aged prostitute and an individual talk cautiously for the first time.
115
Inside the grey filthy office building, down a glowing river.
A dog picks up a sheet of plastic in their mouth.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman wonders.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man mutters.
116
Several kilometers down the subway line, among the halls of a brightly lit train station.
A woman peeks into a drilled hole.
The snow clears slightly.
The faceless figure and the fearful traveller talk with renewed vigour.
117
Amongst the overwhelming number of light grey twisting warehouses, down a grimy and stained street, within the walls of the abandoned art studio.
A cat runs away coldly.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the man thinks.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the woman whispers.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A man peers desperately from inside a darkened corner.
A stray dog picks up a crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the bloodied man says.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman ponders aloud.
The rainstorm shows no sign of clearing.
The man and the prostitute lips' part again.
118
In the entrance of a dimly lit hospital, close to the short steel factories.
The moldy walls are overrun with charcoal drawings.
A woman gazes morbidly into a smudgy window.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man asks.
119
Somewhere along a path, within the brown shining barracks.
The woman and the veiled individual bodies' meet at last.
120
In between the few expensive apartments, down the gleaming and cracking road, just outside a barely lit restaurant.
The dusty rooms smell of salt.
The downpour obscures the man's vision.
An aged vagrant peeks into a cloudy locket.
A stray cat picks up a stained magazine in her mouth.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man asks coldly.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman wonders.
The fog becomes heavier.
The fearful wanderer and a model argue with disgust for the first time.
121
Inside the grey grimy night club, somewhere along an alleyway.
A raccoon watches curiously.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the man replies.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman ponders silently.
The sound of a violent scream is cut off violently.
A man peers from within the shadows.
A rat picks up a broken tv remote in their mouth and runs away cautiously.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman whispers.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man remarks.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
The woman and the bruised prostitute talk resignedly with renewed vigour.
122
In the entrance of the glaringly lit factory, around the nearly infinite rusted malls.
A man stares hesitantly from inside a darkened corner.
A cat darts into the shadows.
``Why are you veiled?'' the woman asks.
123
Near the overwhelming number of towering brick offices, down a twisting and crumbling river, within the light grey sleek apartment complex.
The sound of shrill laughter resonates.
The aged traveller and a vagrant meet stares as predicted.
124
Among the halls of the unlit theater, several kilometers down a street.
The walls are thickly coated in missing pet posters.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man asks passionately.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the bloodied figure says.
A dog picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman replies.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the man thinks.
125
Somewhere along the moldy and shining subway line, just outside the gleaming warehouse.
A withered individual peeks coldly through the door of a closet.
The sound of a muffled heartbeat gets louder and louder.
The man and a fearful model talk at last.
126
Inside a red lit temple, away from the sparse brown glowing warehouses.
A stray dog watches interestedly.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the woman mutters.
``Remember when we first met?'' the veiled wanderer ponders aloud.
127
Miles from the few nearly infinite plastic factories, throughout the nearly infinite twisting houses, in the entrance of the stained and abandoned art studio.
A woman peers into a clear light-bulb.
The sound of a clear scream is cut off violently.
The man and a traveller fingers' touch once more.
128
Amongst the overwhelming number of glass malls, several kilometers down the sidewalk, among the halls of a neon lit hospital.
The snow obscures the woman's vision.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the bruised woman whispers.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the shrouded prostitute wonders.
A mouse picks up the shard of glass in their mouth and runs away.
A man stares from a darkened corner.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman asks cooly.
129
Somewhere along a grey filthy freeway, just outside the imposing office building.
The man and a lost individual hands' meet again.
130
Far from the sparse short neon skyscrapers, around the simple apartments, within the walls of the brightly lit barracks.
The floors smell of mildew.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A woman gazes resignedly into a cracked neon sign.
A stray cat picks up a piece of wire in his mouth.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man remarks.
The fog becomes heavier.
The withered man and a wanderer cross gazes for the first time.
131
Within the charcoal sleek night club, close to the nearly infinite nearly infinite modern factories.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the woman says.
132
Away from the few steel offices, several kilometers down a railroad tracks, inside the strangely lit stairway.
A shrouded figure peeks at a drilled hole.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
The woman and a bloodied model talk angrily with renewed vigour.
133
Somewhere along the grimy and rusted street, among the halls of a glowing train station.
The rooms are sparsely covered in ants.
A man stares into a frosted wristwatch.
A dog runs away morbidly.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the veiled vagrant replies.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks.
134
Within the walls of the barely lit subway stop, throughout the many light grey stained houses.
The man and a man talk once more.
135
In the entrance of the moldy restaurant, down a subway line.
The dusty floors smell of alcohol.
The sound of a lonely car alarm gets quieter and quieter.
A woman peers desperately from within the shadows.
A rat watches unemotionally.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the bruised wanderer ponders silently.
The sound of a muffled scream is cut off violently.
The man and the fearful figure lips' touch again.
136
Somewhere along a gleaming and cracking sidewalk, inside the unlit warehouse.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the withered model ponders aloud.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman whispers.
A cat picks up a sheet of plastic in their mouth.
A man peeks slowly into a stained cellphone.
The snow fills the air.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman says.
137
In between the endless towering brick malls, far from the sparse abandoned skyscrapers, among the halls of a crumbling and sleek art studio.
The walls are covered in advertisements.
``Why are you aged?'' the shrouded individual thinks.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man replies.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
The woman and the woman hips' part for the first time.
138
Within a dimly lit temple, several kilometers down the river.
A man gazes nervously through the door of a closet.
The fog obscures the woman's vision.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man wonders.
139
Around the overwhelming number of nearly infinite plastic warehouses, somewhere along a brown rusted railroad tracks, in the entrance of the imposing and filthy office building.
The floors smell of salt.
The woman and a bruised traveller cross gazes at last.
140
Several kilometers down the path, inside a brightly lit theater.
A man peers into the cracks in a wall.
The sound of a violent heartbeat gets louder.
The woman and the figure hands' meet as predicted.
141
Miles from the glass factories, away from the nearly infinite twisting smokestacks, among the halls of a black stained barracks.
A stray dog runs away.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man remarks.
The downpour becomes heavier.
A faceless model peeks into a greasy shot glass.
The sound of a piercing scream resonates.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man whispers.
142
Within the walls of a neon lit hospital, amongst the sparse stone malls.
The fearful individual and the veiled prostitute talk coldly again.
143
Somewhere along a moldy and abandoned subway line, within the charcoal gleaming subway stop.
A raccoon watches curiously.
A woman stares from inside a darkened corner.
The sound of lonely laughter echoes continuously.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the man says.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman ponders aloud.
A dog picks up a tin can in her mouth.
The man and the vagrant talk for the first time.
144
Just outside a strangely lit train station, down the alleyway.
An aged woman gazes resignedly into a filthy beer glass.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man mutters.
145
Far from the many light grey rusted skyscrapers, in between the neon offices, in the entrance of the dusty stairway.
The crumbling rooms are overrun with spindly grey pipes.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter.
The bloodied model and a withered wanderer fingers' touch once more.
146
Near the nearly infinite short expensive factories, somewhere along the brown sleek sidewalk, inside a barely lit fast food restaurant.
A cat darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman wonders.
The sound of a shrill scream is cut off violently.
A man peers cooly from the shadows.
The snow fills the air.
``Why are you lost?'' the man remarks.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the fearful prostitute thinks.
A stray dog watches interestedly.
The woman and a figure cross gazes with renewed vigour.
147
Within the walls of the filthy and cracking church, miles from the overwhelming number of crystal houses.
The glowing floors smell of mildew.
A veiled woman stares through the door of a closet.
The sound of violent laughter resonates.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman ponders silently.
148
Away from the sparse nearly infinite brick smokestacks, throughout the many black gleaming malls, within the unlit temple.
A mouse picks up a torn up letter in his mouth.
The man and a faceless model argue coldly at last.
149
Just outside an abandoned and rusted warehouse, several kilometers down the road.
The walls are thickly coated in threats.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the shrouded vagrant says.
The sound of a clear car alarm gets louder and louder.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the man mutters.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman replies.
150
In the entrance of a dimly lit theater, amongst the nearly infinite glass warehouses.
A fearful wanderer gazes morbidly at the cracks in a wall.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
The woman and the man lips' part for the first time.
151
Far from the endless towering modern factories, somewhere along the dusty and grimy street, within the walls of a charcoal crumbling art studio.
The rooms smell of alcohol.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the aged traveller whispers.
The fog clears slightly.
A man peers desperately into a cracked locket.
The sound of a muffled heartbeat resonates.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the withered figure remarks.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the woman ponders aloud.
The rainstorm obscures the bruised individual's vision.
The man and a veiled woman talk viciously as predicted.
152
Within a brightly lit restaurant, several kilometers down the railroad tracks.
The sound of a piercing scream is cut off violently.
``Do you think he is coming?'' the lost wanderer ponders silently.
153
Down a brown sleek alleyway, among the halls of the filthy and gleaming apartment complex.
A woman peeks from inside the shadows.
The sleet becomes heavier.
The aged figure and the model talk again.
154
In the entrance of a neon lit night club, close to the steel apartments.
The shining walls are sparsely covered in cockroaches.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the man asks.
A rat picks up the crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away cautiously.
``Why are you bruised?'' the faceless individual mutters.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man says.
The snow fills the air.
A bloodied traveller gazes into a spotless mirror.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
``Why are you veiled?'' the woman whispers.
155
Just outside an abandoned office building, several kilometers down the sidewalk.
A cat runs away.
The shrouded wanderer and a fearful prostitute hips' touch with renewed vigour.
156
Somewhere along the light grey imposing road, within a glaringly lit stairway.
The cracking floors smell of mold.
A woman peers through a drilled hole.
The sound of a shrill car alarm resonates.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man ponders aloud.
The downpour clears slightly.
The woman and the man fingers' meet at last.
157
Inside a stained and grimy church, miles from the many short stone offices.
A man stares nervously from a darkened corner.
The sound of a violent scream is cut off violently.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman ponders silently.
158
Near the few plastic malls, several kilometers down the freeway, among the halls of a yellow lit temple.
A dog watches with interest.
The man and the withered woman argue passionately once more.
159
In between the sparse black dusty houses, around the nearly infinite towering expensive smokestacks, within the walls of a glowing and sleek subway stop.
The crumbling rooms are covered in spiderwebs.
The fog shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the bloodied figure asks hesitantly.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman replies.
A stray cat picks up the stained magazine in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
A man gazes from inside the shadows.
The sound of lonely laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you aged?'' the faceless model thinks.
160
Somewhere along an abandoned railroad tracks, within the unlit theater.
A mouse picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth.
The woman and a traveller cross gazes for the first time.
161
Inside the brown rusted factory, down a subway line.
A bruised individual peeks into a smudgy light-bulb.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter and quieter.
``Do you think he saw us?'' the woman remarks.
A stray dog runs away cooly.
The man and the shrouded man hands' part as predicted.
162
Away from the overwhelming number of neon apartments, somewhere along the shining and imposing river, just outside a strangely lit art studio.
The rain becomes heavier.
``Remember when we first met?'' the withered vagrant mutters.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man asks.
163
Several kilometers down a road, in the entrance of the grey grimy warehouse.
The rooms smell of mildew.
A woman stares at the door of a closet.
A cat picks up the broken tv remote in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
The faceless wanderer and a traveller meet stares with renewed vigour.
164
Within a neon lit office building, far from the few nearly infinite simple skyscrapers.
The sound of a piercing scream is cut off violently.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the aged prostitute replies.
165
Close to the many steel factories, amongst the sparse short crystal malls, among the halls of the dusty restaurant.
A woman gazes coldly from a darkened corner.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
The man and a bloodied model bodies' touch again.
166
Around the glass houses, down the black gleaming freeway, just outside a barely lit fast food restaurant.
The sleek walls are thickly coated in brown grafitti.
A raccoon watches curiously.
``Remember when we made love?'' the bruised vagrant thinks.
``Why are you lost?'' the man ponders aloud.
The sleet fills the air.
A withered man peeks from inside the shadows.
A rat runs away slowly.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman remarks.
167
Inside a cracking and moldy temple, in between the overwhelming number of nearly infinite expensive apartments.
The man and the woman lips' meet at last.
168
Within the walls of the crimson lit train station, several kilometers down a sidewalk.
The sound of a clear heartbeat resonates.
A fearful wanderer stares resignedly into the cracks in a wall.
A stray dog picks up a shard of glass in his mouth.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man asks passive-aggressively.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the aged prostitute says.
169
Near the nearly infinite neon skyscrapers, throughout the endless filthy factories, among the halls of the charcoal imposing barracks.
The floors smell of alcohol.
The man and a faceless figure argue angrily for the first time.
170
Within the dimly lit night club, away from the sparse short plastic smokestacks.
The downpour obscures the bloodied individual's vision.
A woman peers through the door of a closet.
A cat picks up a rotten apple in their mouth and runs away.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman mutters.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
The withered model and the woman cross gazes as predicted.
171
Around the many steel houses, somewhere along the stained street, just outside a grimy and sleek stairway.
A veiled vagrant peeks into a stained wristwatch.
A raccoon runs away desperately.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the woman thinks.
172
Down the railroad tracks, within the walls of a glaringly lit hospital.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
The bruised prostitute and a lost individual meet stares once more.
173
In the entrance of the gleaming art studio, somewhere along a black shining subway line.
The twisting floors are overrun with strange messages.
The sound of muffled laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man asks.
A rat watches unemotionally.
A bloodied man gazes from within a darkened corner.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man remarks.
174
Within a neon lit factory, close to the few moldy and dusty apartments.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The shrouded model and the wanderer talk morbidly with renewed vigour.
175
Down the river, just outside the light grey rusted subway stop.
A woman peers cooly from the shadows.
A dog picks up a piece of wire in their mouth.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man asks with disgust.
``Remember when we made love?'' the bruised figure replies.
The downpour obscures the lost vagrant's vision.
The man and a veiled traveller fingers' touch for the first time.
176
Inside an unlit office building, several kilometers down the crumbling sidewalk.
The sound of a shrill scream resonates.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman mutters.
177
Within the walls of a grey cracking restaurant, far from the overwhelming number of brick offices.
A man stares slowly at the cracks in a wall.
A stray dog runs away.
The fearful model and the individual talk as predicted.
178
Down the road, in the entrance of a barely lit theater.
The sound of a violent heartbeat gets quieter.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man wonders.
``Why are you veiled?'' the faceless traveller whispers.
179
Among the halls of a twisting apartment complex, several kilometers down the charcoal grimy alleyway.
The rooms smell of mold.
A woman gazes into a drilled hole.
A cat watches cooly.
The bruised wanderer and a bloodied figure argue viciously at last.
180
Amongst the towering modern malls, down the railroad tracks, just outside a brightly lit temple.
The rainstorm shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the woman says.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the shrouded man ponders aloud.
181
Within the filthy and stained night club, throughout the nearly infinite black moldy warehouses.
The abandoned walls are covered in light grey book pages.
The sound of a clear car alarm is cut off violently.
A woman peers from inside a darkened corner.
A stray cat picks up a tattered shoe in her mouth.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man thinks.
``Why are you aged?'' the woman replies.
The sound of a lonely scream echoes continuously.
The man and a model bodies' part again.
182
Around the sparse simple skyscrapers, near the endless shining and sleek factories, inside the dimly lit fast food restaurant.
A veiled traveller peeks nervously from the shadows.
The snow clears slightly.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman mutters.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man asks.
The sound of muffled laughter resonates.
The withered figure and a fearful vagrant talk hesitantly once more.
183
Several kilometers down a grey gleaming subway line, among the halls of the crumbling barracks.
The walls smell of mildew.
A man stares morbidly through the door of a closet.
A raccoon runs away resignedly.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the bloodied man remarks.
184
Far from the nearly infinite crystal smokestacks, somewhere along a path, just outside the neon lit warehouse.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
The woman and the prostitute hips' touch for the first time.
185
Close to the few rusted and stained houses, in between the nearly infinite plastic warehouses, within an abandoned train station.
The twisting floors are thickly coated in missing pet posters.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the shrouded wanderer wonders.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
``Why are you lost?'' the man asks aggressively.
``Remember when we made love?'' the faceless vagrant ponders silently.
A mouse watches curiously.
A man peers cautiously into a filthy cellphone.
The downpour fills the air.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman replies.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the woman thinks.
A cat picks up a stained magazine in their mouth.
The aged woman and the bloodied individual meet stares as predicted.
186
In the entrance of the unlit restaurant, several kilometers down a cracking and imposing freeway.
The fog shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man says.
187
Somewhere along a street, inside a grimy office building.
The rooms smell of alcohol.
A woman peeks at a drilled hole.
The sound of a violent heartbeat echoes continuously.
The man and the figure lips' meet again.
188
Amongst the endless black dusty apartments, down a glowing and moldy railroad tracks, among the halls of the light grey lit factory.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman whispers.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man asks cooly.
189
Around the sparse expensive factories, near the stained skyscrapers, just outside the grey filthy apartment complex.
A withered traveller gazes into a greasy wine glass.
A stray cat runs away.
The man and a faceless prostitute cross gazes once more.
190
Several kilometers down an alleyway, in the entrance of the barely lit church.
The rain obscures the fearful model's vision.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man wonders.
The sound of a clear scream gets louder and louder.
A shrouded vagrant peers from inside a darkened corner.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you aged?'' the woman asks.
191
Within the walls of a rusted temple, down the black sleek subway line.
The man and the woman talk passive-aggressively for the first time.
192
Miles from the nearly infinite glass malls, close to the many short neon warehouses, within a dimly lit art studio.
A raccoon watches with interest.
A woman stares nervously from the shadows.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the man ponders silently.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the woman remarks.
193
Far from the endless abandoned smokestacks, somewhere along a river, inside the brown shining stairway.
The man and the bruised traveller talk with renewed vigour.
194
Among the halls of a brightly lit subway stop, several kilometers down the charcoal dusty path.
The downpour fills the air.
A woman gazes desperately into the door of a closet.
A dog picks up a torn up letter in her mouth.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the faceless wanderer says.
The rainstorm obscures the man's vision.
The woman and a prostitute meet stares again.
195
Away from the few simple apartments, amongst the twisting and grimy skyscrapers, just outside the glowing warehouse.
The floors are sparsely covered in ants.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the veiled man replies.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman wonders.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat is cut off violently.
``Why are you aged?'' the lost model ponders silently.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the woman whispers.
The rain clears slightly.
A bruised vagrant peeks at a drilled hole.
The sound of muffled laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man remarks.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman thinks.
196
Down a sidewalk, within the walls of an unlit restaurant.
The fog becomes heavier.
The fearful wanderer and the withered prostitute fingers' touch as predicted.
197
Throughout the overwhelming number of nearly infinite stone offices, several kilometers down a cracking and shining railroad tracks, within the moldy office building.
The walls smell of mold.
The sound of a violent car alarm gets louder.
``Why are you veiled?'' the woman says.
A stray dog picks up the sheet of plastic in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
A man peers into a clear window.
The snowstorm fills the air.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks hesitantly.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the lost man ponders aloud.
198
In the entrance of the cyan lit theater, close to the nearly infinite crumbling warehouses.
The man and a woman hands' meet for the first time.
199
Miles from the sparse short plastic malls, away from the brick houses, among the halls of a black gleaming fast food restaurant.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
A woman gazes from inside the shadows.
A stray cat watches interestedly.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the fearful traveller ponders silently.
The rainstorm obscures the woman's vision.
The man and the bruised figure argue passionately at last.
200
Just outside a barely lit temple, down the subway line.
A woman peeks slowly from a darkened corner.
A rat picks up a tin can in his mouth.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the man wonders.
201
Inside an imposing apartment complex, around the overwhelming number of sleek and abandoned skyscrapers.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat resonates.
The woman and the prostitute hips' part again.
202
In between the endless towering expensive apartments, several kilometers down a light grey stained road, in the entrance of the glaringly lit factory.
An aged individual peers morbidly into a frosted beer glass.
A mouse picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth and runs away nervously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the woman remarks.
The sound of a clear car alarm echoes continuously.
The man and the withered model meet stares as predicted.
203
Within the walls of a twisting subway stop, somewhere along the river.
The moldy floors are covered in mirrors.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the woman thinks.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man replies.
A dog watches curiously.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the shrouded man mutters.
``Remember when we first met?'' the fearful wanderer asks with disgust.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
A man stares into the door of a closet.
A raccoon runs away.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman whispers.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man ponders aloud.
The sound of a muffled scream is cut off violently.
The woman and a traveller talk desperately for the first time.
204
Within the dimly lit barracks, amongst the few brown shining factories.
An aged woman peeks into a smudgy neon sign.
The downpour clears slightly.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the man ponders silently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the bruised prostitute replies.
A rat picks up a length of rope in their mouth.
The man and a veiled model bodies' meet once more.
205
Throughout the nearly infinite neon warehouses, near the many crystal offices, just outside the crumbling and gleaming stairway.
The fog becomes heavier.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman wonders.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the faceless man asks angrily.
206
Among the halls of a brightly lit church, down the dusty sidewalk.
A woman peers coldly from within the shadows.
The sound of violent laughter gets quieter and quieter.
The man and a vagrant cross gazes with renewed vigour.
207
Several kilometers down an alleyway, inside the filthy and rusted warehouse.
The rooms smell of mildew.
A stray cat picks up the crumpled newspaper in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
``Why are you aged?'' the woman whispers.
The sound of a shrill car alarm resonates.
A bloodied individual gazes hesitantly at the cracks in a wall.
A dog watches with interest.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman remarks.
``Remember when we first met?'' the shrouded wanderer thinks.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
The man and a withered traveller hands' part at last.
208
Within the walls of the neon lit theater, away from the endless towering glass houses.
The sound of a clear heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the veiled model says.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the woman wonders.
The snow clears slightly.
A man stares from the shadows.
The sound of lonely laughter is cut off violently.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the woman ponders silently.
209
Close to the few grey stained smokestacks, somewhere along the glowing and abandoned street, just outside a shining hospital.
The fearful prostitute and a man hips' touch for the first time.
210
Among the halls of the strangely lit fast food restaurant, several kilometers down a railroad tracks.
The imposing rooms are thickly coated in slim black pipes.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman whispers.
A mouse picks up a piece of wire in her mouth.
A man peers cooly into a spotless mirror.
The snowstorm obscures the shrouded wanderer's vision.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man mutters.
``Do you think he is coming?'' the withered woman thinks.
211
Miles from the overwhelming number of nearly infinite plastic skyscrapers, throughout the nearly infinite sleek and moldy malls, inside the charcoal filthy apartment complex.
The woman and an aged traveller meet stares as predicted.
212
Down the rusted river, in the entrance of an unlit restaurant.
The floors smell of alcohol.
A man peeks resignedly from inside a darkened corner.
The sound of a piercing scream resonates.
The woman and the model talk desperately again.
213
Near the towering modern apartments, several kilometers down the road, within a twisting and crumbling barracks.
A raccoon picks up a rotten apple in their mouth and runs away slowly.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man remarks.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
A faceless vagrant gazes into a cracked locket.
The sound of a muffled car alarm gets quieter.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the woman wonders.
214
Among the halls of a glaringly lit subway stop, around the sparse grey abandoned houses.
The man and the bloodied wanderer fingers' meet at last.
215
In between the endless short expensive smokestacks, far from the overwhelming number of brown stained skyscrapers, just outside the shining art studio.
The walls are overrun with cockroaches.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
A shrouded figure peers into the door of a closet.
A stray dog runs away.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man asks aggressively.
The downpour fills the air.
The withered man and an individual argue viciously for the first time.
216
Amongst the few neon warehouses, somewhere along the cracking alleyway, inside a barely lit stairway.
A rat picks up a tattered shoe in their mouth.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman replies.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the man ponders aloud.
217
Within the walls of the charcoal sleek temple, throughout the towering brick malls.
A woman stares from within the shadows.
The snowstorm obscures the bruised woman's vision.
The man and a faceless model talk once more.
218
Around the sparse glass factories, in between the nearly infinite short crystal smokestacks, within the dimly lit factory.
The rooms smell of salt.
An aged figure gazes coldly through a drilled hole.
A mouse watches unemotionally.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the man asks.
The sound of violent laughter echoes continuously.
The woman and a wanderer cross gazes as predicted.
219
Among the halls of a gleaming and rusted church, several kilometers down the street.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Why are you veiled?'' the bloodied prostitute thinks.
220
Down a light grey imposing subway line, in the entrance of the acid green lit train station.
The moldy rooms are covered in advertisements.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man ponders silently.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the fearful traveller says.
A raccoon picks up the broken tv remote in their mouth and runs away cautiously.
A man peers into a clear wristwatch.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the bruised model replies.
221
Miles from the overwhelming number of modern apartments, somewhere along a river, inside a crumbling and shining hospital.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
The woman and the withered vagrant hands' part again.
222
Within the unlit warehouse, down a twisting road.
The dusty floors smell of mold.
A man stares resignedly from a darkened corner.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man asks nervously.
``Remember when we first met?'' the lost traveller ponders aloud.
The sound of a lonely car alarm gets louder.
The faceless individual and the figure lips' meet for the first time.
223
Somewhere along a path, within the walls of the grey glowing fast food restaurant.
The downpour fills the air.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman thinks.
224
Close to the many nearly infinite steel warehouses, several kilometers down the stained and grimy sidewalk, in the entrance of a strangely lit apartment complex.
A veiled man gazes cooly into a frosted window.
A cat darts into the shadows.
The man and a lost prostitute talk passive-aggressively with renewed vigour.
225
Far from the few stone skyscrapers, near the endless short plastic malls, just outside the brown abandoned art studio.
The floors are thickly coated in dust.
The sound of a clear heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the fearful wanderer whispers.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman ponders silently.
226
Inside a brightly lit barracks, around the nearly infinite rusted and imposing smokestacks.
A withered vagrant peeks at the door of a closet.
The rain clears slightly.
The woman and the woman hips' touch as predicted.
227
Throughout the sparse towering simple houses, somewhere along an alleyway, within the walls of the filthy subway stop.
A stray dog picks up a torn up letter in her mouth.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the aged figure wonders.
The fog obscures the man's vision.
A woman peers morbidly through a drilled hole.
A dog picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth and runs away.
``Why are you bruised?'' the lost traveller mutters.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman remarks.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The fearful wanderer and the faceless individual meet stares once more.
228
Down a twisting and glowing railroad tracks, in the entrance of the barely lit stairway.
The rooms smell of alcohol.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man asks.
229
Within a moldy train station, amongst the few gleaming and sleek apartments.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman thinks.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the shrouded woman ponders aloud.
The sound of a piercing scream gets louder and louder.
A man stares from inside a darkened corner.
A mouse watches cooly.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman ponders silently.
230
Inside a charcoal lit restaurant, somewhere along the subway line.
The man and the figure argue passionately at last.
231
Far from the many glass offices, away from the endless light grey crumbling malls, just outside a filthy office building.
The cracking walls are overrun with threats.
A woman gazes hesitantly from within the shadows.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
The bloodied traveller and the bruised vagrant hands' meet again.
232
In the entrance of a neon lit hospital, in between the crystal factories.
A man peers at the door of a closet.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the woman mutters.
``Why are you withered?'' the fearful model remarks.
233
Within the brown rusted fast food restaurant, down an imposing street.
The rain fills the air.
The woman and the wanderer cross gazes for the first time.
234
Near the nearly infinite short expensive houses, somewhere along a path, within the walls of the strangely lit church.
An aged prostitute peeks into a greasy light-bulb.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man asks cautiously.
The snowstorm obscures the faceless individual's vision.
The man and a shrouded woman bodies' part as predicted.
235
Several kilometers down the charcoal shining road, among the halls of a moldy art studio.
A stray cat picks up a length of rope in their mouth.
``Why are you veiled?'' the fearful man whispers.
236
In the entrance of the brightly lit apartment complex, down a railroad tracks.
The sleek rooms smell of mildew.
The fog becomes heavier.
A woman stares from inside a darkened corner.
A stray dog picks up the stained magazine in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the bloodied traveller ponders aloud.
The sleet clears slightly.
The man and a model talk once more.
237
Just outside the twisting and crumbling temple, amongst the few black grimy apartments.
The sound of a lonely scream echoes continuously.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the faceless wanderer asks.
``Why are you aged?'' the man thinks.
A cat watches with interest.
A woman gazes coldly from within a darkened corner.
The sound of a clear car alarm resonates.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the lost individual remarks.
``Why are you fearful?'' the woman replies.
238
Throughout the endless towering steel offices, several kilometers down the glowing sidewalk, within the walls of a glaringly lit theater.
The man and a shrouded vagrant lips' touch again.
239
Among the halls of a stained and filthy subway stop, somewhere along the alleyway.
The walls are covered in missing pet posters.
A faceless figure peers into a drilled hole.
A dog runs away.
The man and the woman argue with disgust for the first time.
240
In the entrance of an unlit office building, far from the many imposing warehouses.
The rain obscures the woman's vision.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man wonders.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the withered prostitute asks aggressively.
A stray cat picks up the rotten apple in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
A man stares into a cloudy beer glass.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman whispers.
241
Several kilometers down the cracking and dusty subway line, within a light grey moldy barracks.
The veiled individual and a bruised vagrant talk nervously at last.
242
In between the sparse short neon factories, down the road, inside a dimly lit warehouse.
The sound of muffled laughter gets quieter.
A woman peeks cooly at the cracks in a wall.
A mouse picks up a shard of glass in his mouth.
``Do you think she is out there?'' the man asks.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The woman and the traveller hips' part once more.
243
Within the walls of an abandoned and shining train station, miles from the nearly infinite stone houses.
The floors smell of salt.
``Why are you lost?'' the man thinks.
244
In the entrance of the strangely lit art studio, several kilometers down a stained river.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman replies.
The sound of a violent car alarm resonates.
A man peers hesitantly from a darkened corner.
The rainstorm fills the air.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the shrouded figure says.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the woman remarks.
245
Near the towering glass skyscrapers, throughout the few brick smokestacks, among the halls of the sleek and rusted stairway.
The imposing floors are sparsely covered in blue drawings.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat echoes continuously.
The aged man and a veiled woman meet stares again.
246
Somewhere along the street, just outside the neon lit fast food restaurant.
A man gazes through the door of a closet.
A stray dog watches interestedly.
``Why are you fearful?'' the faceless vagrant asks passive-aggressively.
The rain obscures the woman's vision.
The man and an individual cross gazes for the first time.
247
Away from the many brown glowing offices, down a grimy alleyway, within the walls of the crumbling and dusty factory.
The abandoned rooms smell of alcohol.
A bruised model peeks from inside the shadows.
The sound of a lonely scream is cut off violently.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man asks.
``Do you think he is coming?'' the woman wonders.
248
Close to the nearly infinite plastic factories, around the overwhelming number of nearly infinite modern apartments, in the entrance of a brightly lit hospital.
A dog picks up a crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away.
The veiled woman and the bloodied traveller talk with renewed vigour.
249
Inside the black sleek temple, near the endless crystal malls.
The walls are thickly coated in mirrors.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man replies.
``Why are you aged?'' the woman whispers.
250
Just outside an unlit church, somewhere along the railroad tracks.
A man peers resignedly at a drilled hole.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the withered prostitute ponders silently.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
The man and a man argue coldly as predicted.
251
Several kilometers down a filthy path, within the cracking and stained theater.
The downpour fills the air.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman mutters.
252
Within the walls of the barely lit night club, in between the sparse short simple skyscrapers.
The rooms smell of mildew.
A cat runs away cautiously.
A faceless model stares coldly from a darkened corner.
The sound of a muffled heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman says.
A mouse picks up a broken tv remote in her mouth.
The veiled figure and a fearful traveller fingers' part again.
253
Miles from the many glass warehouses, somewhere along the road, in the entrance of an imposing and gleaming barracks.
The sound of a piercing car alarm is cut off violently.
``Why are you withered?'' the man thinks.
254
Close to the nearly infinite grey abandoned smokestacks, amongst the overwhelming number of steel factories, inside the strangely lit warehouse.
A bruised wanderer gazes into a spotless wine glass.
The rainstorm shows no sign of clearing.
The man and an individual bodies' meet for the first time.
255
Just outside the shining and glowing office building, several kilometers down a sleek freeway.
The floors are covered in letters.
A shrouded model peeks desperately into a clear shot glass.
The sound of shrill laughter gets louder.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the aged prostitute wonders.
256
Within the walls of a dimly lit stairway, near the light grey filthy houses.
The man and the lost woman hands' touch with renewed vigour.
257
Down the street, in the entrance of a cracking and twisting fast food restaurant.
A raccoon watches unemotionally.
A woman stares into the cracks in a wall.
The sound of a violent scream resonates.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man ponders silently.
The rain clears slightly.
The woman and the figure meet stares at last.
258
In between the many expensive skyscrapers, away from the sparse brown rusted offices, inside a charcoal lit art studio.
The moldy floors smell of mold.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the withered wanderer asks nervously.
259
Within the abandoned and grimy apartment complex, several kilometers down the gleaming railroad tracks.
A woman gazes from within the shadows.
The fog fills the air.
The man and a veiled traveller talk passionately once more.
260
Just outside a glaringly lit temple, far from the few brick smokestacks.
A stray dog runs away.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman says.
The sound of lonely laughter echoes continuously.
A fearful man peeks resignedly at the door of a closet.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Why are you faceless?'' the lost model replies.
The sound of a piercing car alarm gets quieter and quieter.
The man and the woman talk as predicted.
261
Throughout the nearly infinite black dusty warehouses, somewhere along a subway line, among the halls of the sleek and cracking hospital.
A withered individual stares cautiously from a darkened corner.
The snow clears slightly.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman thinks.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the man whispers.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The aged traveller and a bruised prostitute argue with disgust again.
262
Amongst the many crystal houses, close to the twisting malls, within the walls of the brightly lit night club.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman mutters.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man says.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
A veiled model gazes into a drilled hole.
The sleet obscures the man's vision.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the lost wanderer wonders.
263
Within a light grey imposing theater, in between the few simple offices.
The stained walls are overrun with ants.
The woman and the individual cross gazes for the first time.
264
Down a glowing and crumbling road, just outside an unlit warehouse.
An aged vagrant peeks from within the shadows.
The sound of a clear car alarm echoes continuously.
The man and the faceless woman lips' part once more.
265
Around the endless filthy skyscrapers, somewhere along the sidewalk, inside a brown shining office building.
A dog picks up the piece of wire in their mouth and runs away cooly.
``Why are you withered?'' the shrouded figure remarks.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the woman ponders silently.
266
Within the walls of a neon lit barracks, several kilometers down the cracking and gleaming street.
A bruised prostitute peers into a smudgy pair of glasses.
The downpour fills the air.
The man and an individual meet stares as predicted.
267
Down a river, in the entrance of the grey abandoned subway stop.
The imposing rooms smell of alcohol.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman thinks.
``Remember when we first met?'' the lost vagrant asks.
A mouse picks up a tin can in his mouth.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man replies.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman mutters.
The sound of shattering glass gets louder and louder.
A man stares morbidly at the cracks in a wall.
A stray cat darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when we made love?'' the withered model wonders.
268
Among the halls of the purple lit apartment complex, throughout the nearly infinite nearly infinite stone apartments.
The woman and an aged figure fingers' touch at last.
269
Miles from the glass smokestacks, away from the overwhelming number of towering neon malls, just outside the sleek church.
The rooms are sparsely covered in spiderwebs.
A bruised traveller peeks nervously from inside the shadows.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
The woman and a man talk slowly again.
270
Inside the glaringly lit fast food restaurant, somewhere along a twisting and grimy freeway.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat is cut off violently.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man asks angrily.
The rain obscures the veiled woman's vision.
A fearful vagrant gazes through the door of a closet.
A raccoon watches cooly.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the man says.
271
Amongst the sparse plastic factories, down the path, in the entrance of a light grey shining stairway.
The walls smell of salt.
The rainstorm fills the air.
The woman and the shrouded figure argue aggressively for the first time.
272
Close to the few crumbling and moldy skyscrapers, far from the many crystal apartments, among the halls of a barely lit art studio.
A woman stares resignedly into a filthy cellphone.
A stray dog picks up the tattered shoe in their mouth and runs away.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the faceless wanderer asks.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man replies.
The sound of a violent car alarm echoes continuously.
The woman and a man bodies' part as predicted.
273
Somewhere along the gleaming alleyway, within a sleek and dusty train station.
The stained walls are covered in brown book pages.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the lost prostitute ponders silently.
``Why are you withered?'' the man remarks.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the woman wonders.
``Why are you aged?'' the man says.
274
Within the walls of the unlit restaurant, in between the short simple houses.
The sound of a piercing scream gets louder.
A woman peeks into a cloudy locket.
A cat picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man asks.
The sound of muffled laughter is cut off violently.
The woman and a faceless woman talk at last.
275
Miles from the nearly infinite expensive warehouses, down the street, just outside a twisting theater.
The cracking rooms smell of mildew.
The downpour obscures the veiled figure's vision.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the man whispers.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the bloodied vagrant mutters.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A woman peers coldly from a darkened corner.
The rain becomes heavier.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man ponders aloud.
276
Inside the strangely lit night club, somewhere along the crumbling and shining subway line.
The woman and a man hips' touch again.
277
Throughout the few towering steel malls, around the many grey grimy skyscrapers, in the entrance of a rusted and glowing barracks.
A mouse watches with interest.
A man stares from within the shadows.
The sound of a lonely scream echoes continuously.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the withered traveller wonders.
The fog fills the air.
The man and the bruised individual cross gazes with renewed vigour.
278
Among the halls of a dimly lit church, near the sparse nearly infinite glass smokestacks.
A woman gazes desperately into the cracks in a wall.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man asks cooly.
``Why are you veiled?'' the fearful prostitute thinks.
The sleet clears slightly.
The woman and the model lips' meet for the first time.
279
In between the stone offices, several kilometers down a freeway, within the charcoal stained office building.
The rooms are thickly coated in narrow black pipes.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the man whispers.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the aged wanderer mutters.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman replies.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the withered vagrant says.
280
Miles from the few short brick apartments, far from the endless dusty and twisting factories, within the walls of the yellow lit hospital.
A man peers hesitantly into a spotless wristwatch.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
The bloodied man and a fearful individual talk coldly at last.
281
Down the sleek road, just outside a filthy and shining temple.
The imposing floors smell of mold.
A rat darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks.
The snow obscures the woman's vision.
A lost woman peeks into a cracked beer glass.
The sound of a shrill scream resonates.
``Why are you bruised?'' the shrouded traveller thinks.
282
Away from the overwhelming number of nearly infinite neon warehouses, somewhere along an alleyway, inside a barely lit apartment complex.
The man and the wanderer talk as predicted.
283
In the entrance of a light grey gleaming warehouse, near the many plastic smokestacks.
The floors are overrun with grey grafitti.
A veiled figure gazes at a drilled hole.
A stray cat picks up the torn up letter in their mouth and runs away.
The man and the aged man argue viciously once more.
284
Within the brightly lit art studio, several kilometers down a moldy and abandoned street.
A woman peers from the shadows.
The sound of a violent car alarm is cut off violently.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the bloodied prostitute remarks.
285
Close to the black crumbling houses, down a subway line, just outside a sleek and dusty night club.
The grimy rooms smell of salt.
A cat picks up a sheet of plastic in his mouth.
The man and the model cross gazes again.
286
Amongst the nearly infinite towering modern offices, throughout the overwhelming number of crystal skyscrapers, inside the neon lit subway stop.
A woman stares nervously into a frosted shot glass.
The sound of muffled laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man asks morbidly.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman mutters.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
The man and a shrouded wanderer bodies' meet at last.
287
Within the walls of a shining factory, several kilometers down the charcoal gleaming river.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman replies.
288
Somewhere along the road, in the entrance of an unlit barracks.
The walls are covered in cockroaches.
A man gazes cautiously through the door of a closet.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
The aged woman and the vagrant fingers' part with renewed vigour.
289
Miles from the many brown twisting warehouses, several kilometers down a rusted and glowing railroad tracks, just outside the stained stairway.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat gets louder and louder.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the woman asks.
The fog obscures the bloodied prostitute's vision.
A woman peers into a smudgy wine glass.
The sound of a piercing scream is cut off violently.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the lost individual wonders.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman ponders silently.
290
Far from the endless simple apartments, away from the few light grey cracking malls, inside a dimly lit theater.
The moldy walls smell of mildew.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man thinks.
A raccoon watches unemotionally.
The woman and the bruised man meet stares as predicted.
291
Within the walls of an imposing apartment complex, in between the overwhelming number of glass houses.
A veiled wanderer peeks at a drilled hole.
The downpour becomes heavier.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman asks passive-aggressively.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the withered vagrant mutters.
A stray dog picks up a crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away cooly.
The woman and the traveller lips' touch for the first time.
292
In the entrance of the strangely lit church, down a path.
The shining floors are sparsely covered in crimson paintings.
The sleet fills the air.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man says.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman replies.
A dog darts into a darkened corner.
A man gazes hesitantly into a stained cellphone.
The sound of violent laughter resonates.
``Why are you aged?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the faceless prostitute ponders aloud.
293
Several kilometers down the charcoal glowing street, within the abandoned and gleaming hospital.
The woman and a lost figure talk again.
294
Close to the many short expensive factories, down a freeway, among the halls of the glaringly lit temple.
The rain obscures the woman's vision.
A man peers resignedly through the door of a closet.
A rat picks up a length of rope in their mouth.
``Why are you fearful?'' the bloodied woman thinks.
The sound of a shrill car alarm echoes continuously.
The woman and a man argue angrily with renewed vigour.
295
Amongst the endless stone skyscrapers, miles from the towering modern warehouses, just outside the stained fast food restaurant.
A bruised individual stares into a cloudy pair of glasses.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the woman asks.
``Why are you faceless?'' the withered model says.
296
Within the walls of a barely lit warehouse, far from the few plastic offices.
The floors smell of alcohol.
The woman and the shrouded figure hips' part as predicted.
297
Several kilometers down a black crumbling alleyway, within the filthy factory.
A cat watches curiously.
A fearful wanderer gazes slowly from inside the shadows.
The downpour fills the air.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the woman remarks.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The veiled woman and a prostitute meet stares once more.
298
In between the nearly infinite short crystal houses, down the river, in the entrance of a brightly lit subway stop.
A woman peeks morbidly into a filthy light-bulb.
A stray dog picks up the rotten apple in their mouth and runs away desperately.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the faceless model replies.
299
Among the halls of the brown grimy train station, several kilometers down a twisting path.
The fog obscures the man's vision.
The bruised individual and a lost man bodies' touch again.
300
Somewhere along the railroad tracks, within the walls of a charcoal lit night club.
The abandoned rooms are overrun with advertisements.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman asks hesitantly.
301
Just outside the light grey cracking office building, close to the endless moldy and gleaming factories.
The sound of a clear scream gets louder.
``Remember when we first met?'' the aged vagrant asks.
A stray cat runs away.
A woman peers coldly into the cracks in a wall.
The sound of lonely laughter echoes continuously.
``Why are you lost?'' the bloodied woman ponders silently.
302
Around the simple skyscrapers, down a stained subway line, in the entrance of the unlit barracks.
The woman and a prostitute cross gazes at last.
303
Amongst the sparse brown grimy apartments, throughout the overwhelming number of glass malls, within the crumbling church.
The sleek walls smell of mold.
A raccoon watches interestedly.
A bruised individual stares through the door of a closet.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man says.
A cat picks up the shard of glass in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
The faceless man and a withered figure argue passionately as predicted.
304
Somewhere along an alleyway, among the halls of the strangely lit apartment complex.
A man gazes slowly from the shadows.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the aged vagrant whispers.
``Why are you fearful?'' the woman remarks.
305
Inside a dusty and rusted restaurant, away from the few nearly infinite brick offices.
The sound of a violent car alarm is cut off violently.
The veiled model and the prostitute hands' meet for the first time.
306
Just outside the dimly lit temple, down an abandoned sidewalk.
The rooms are covered in letters.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man mutters.
307
Several kilometers down a freeway, within the cracking and moldy fast food restaurant.
A woman peers into a spotless wristwatch.
The downpour fills the air.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the bruised wanderer wonders.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman ponders silently.
The sound of a piercing scream resonates.
The fearful traveller and a faceless woman talk with disgust once more.
308
In the entrance of the glaringly lit subway stop, near the grey filthy houses.
A stray dog runs away morbidly.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman replies.
``Why are you lost?'' the bloodied figure says.
309
Far from the nearly infinite neon skyscrapers, around the overwhelming number of charcoal dusty apartments, within the walls of a stained and sleek art studio.
The crumbling floors smell of salt.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat gets quieter and quieter.
A man peeks nervously into a clear mirror.
The rain becomes heavier.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the withered man asks cooly.
310
Somewhere along a twisting road, among the halls of the neon lit stairway.
The woman and the prostitute lips' part with renewed vigour.
311
Just outside a shining and grimy hospital, close to the sparse modern warehouses.
The abandoned rooms are sparsely covered in ants.
A man gazes cautiously into the cracks in a wall.
A stray cat watches unemotionally.
The woman and the bruised model cross gazes at last.
312
Amongst the glowing offices, several kilometers down the subway line, inside a brightly lit church.
A faceless vagrant peers through a drilled hole.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman whispers.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
The man and a traveller fingers' touch as predicted.
313
Somewhere along a gleaming alleyway, within the walls of the rusted and filthy theater.
The floors smell of alcohol.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man replies.
A raccoon picks up a broken tv remote in his mouth.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman asks.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the man ponders aloud.
314
In the entrance of the unlit factory, away from the nearly infinite short plastic malls.
A fearful woman stares into a stained neon sign.
The sound of a lonely car alarm echoes continuously.
The man and a veiled wanderer talk for the first time.
315
Far from the few stone smokestacks, down the sidewalk, just outside a stained and imposing barracks.
The walls are thickly coated in dust.
A lost individual peeks coldly from inside a darkened corner.
A cat picks up a piece of wire in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman wonders.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter.
The man and the model meet stares with renewed vigour.
316
Throughout the many abandoned apartments, near the sparse glass houses, inside the barely lit temple.
A woman gazes hesitantly into the cracks in a wall.
The fog clears slightly.
``Why are you aged?'' the bruised vagrant says.
317
Within the walls of a crumbling and moldy warehouse, amongst the cracking factories.
The twisting floors smell of mildew.
The sound of violent laughter is cut off violently.
The woman and the bloodied woman talk passive-aggressively once more.
318
Close to the few brick malls, several kilometers down a black glowing freeway, within the strangely lit office building.
A fearful prostitute peers through the door of a closet.
The rainstorm obscures the woman's vision.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the veiled traveller ponders silently.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man mutters.
The sound of a piercing car alarm echoes continuously.
The woman and an individual cross gazes at last.
319
Somewhere along a river, just outside the grimy and sleek stairway.
The rooms are overrun with threats.
A man peeks nervously into a cloudy window.
A mouse runs away.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman replies.
``Why are you withered?'' the shrouded man thinks.
320
Far from the endless dusty skyscrapers, miles from the sparse towering steel offices, inside the dimly lit restaurant.
The snowstorm shows no sign of clearing.
The woman and a lost model bodies' meet for the first time.
321
Around the nearly infinite abandoned apartments, down a crumbling and imposing railroad tracks, in the entrance of the light grey cracking subway stop.
A man stares cooly from within a darkened corner.
The sound of a muffled scream resonates.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man wonders.
The downpour clears slightly.
The faceless wanderer and the vagrant talk again.
322
Within the red lit fast food restaurant, somewhere along a street.
The floors smell of salt.
A stray cat watches curiously.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the aged woman says.
323
Among the halls of the filthy and grimy factory, throughout the many neon houses.
The sound of shattering glass gets louder and louder.
A woman peers into a frosted cellphone.
A rat picks up a tattered shoe in their mouth and runs away morbidly.
``Why are you bruised?'' the bloodied man asks resignedly.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman ponders silently.
The sound of a lonely heartbeat is cut off violently.
The man and a withered figure meet stares with renewed vigour.
324
Near the few moldy warehouses, down the brown stained road, just outside a glaringly lit art studio.
The walls are sparsely covered in mirrors.
A fearful prostitute peeks desperately at the cracks in a wall.
A stray dog darts into the shadows.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the woman replies.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the lost wanderer remarks.
325
Inside the grey dusty hospital, several kilometers down a path.
The man and the traveller talk aggressively at last.
326
In between the overwhelming number of plastic malls, away from the sparse short crystal offices, within the walls of a barely lit church.
The sound of a shrill car alarm echoes continuously.
A woman gazes hesitantly into a cracked beer glass.
The fog fills the air.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman wonders.
A dog watches with interest.
The bloodied model and the bruised man lips' part for the first time.
327
Amongst the endless expensive skyscrapers, down a crumbling subway line, within the light grey gleaming train station.
The abandoned floors smell of alcohol.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the aged vagrant thinks.
328
Somewhere along a railroad tracks, just outside the unlit stairway.
The sound of piercing laughter resonates.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man asks nervously.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the faceless prostitute ponders silently.
329
In the entrance of a cracking theater, down the brown grimy sidewalk.
The imposing walls are covered in black book pages.
A man stares from a darkened corner.
The sleet obscures the woman's vision.
The fearful figure and a woman fingers' meet as predicted.
330
Throughout the few towering stone apartments, near the nearly infinite brick warehouses, within the walls of the neon lit warehouse.
A man peeks into a greasy pair of glasses.
The sound of a clear scream is cut off violently.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the bloodied model says.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
The woman and a withered individual cross gazes with renewed vigour.
331
Several kilometers down the river, inside a shining and sleek apartment complex.
The floors smell of mildew.
The sound of a violent heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the aged man whispers.
332
Far from the sparse filthy smokestacks, down the stained and gleaming road, just outside a strangely lit restaurant.
A man peers morbidly from within the shadows.
A stray cat picks up an old chicken bone in their mouth and runs away.
The woman and the wanderer talk at last.
333
Within the moldy factory, several kilometers down an alleyway.
The rooms are overrun with cockroaches.
A bruised traveller gazes into a drilled hole.
The rainstorm shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man ponders aloud.
The sound of lonely laughter resonates.
The woman and the lost model argue coldly once more.
334
Among the halls of a dimly lit fast food restaurant, close to the many glass malls.
A man stares from a darkened corner.
A rat runs away resignedly.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the faceless woman thinks.
335
Around the endless short simple factories, somewhere along the light grey crumbling freeway, in the entrance of a cracking night club.
The sound of a muffled car alarm is cut off violently.
The woman and the figure talk angrily for the first time.
336
Just outside a barely lit barracks, several kilometers down a street.
A withered prostitute peers desperately through the cracks in a wall.
The downpour fills the air.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the man replies.
The sound of a shrill scream echoes continuously.
The aged individual and the bruised wanderer meet stares with renewed vigour.
337
Down a shining and glowing river, within the grimy temple.
The rusted rooms smell of mold.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man ponders silently.
338
Miles from the overwhelming number of sleek and imposing houses, amongst the few towering modern apartments, within the walls of the glaringly lit subway stop.
A veiled traveller gazes into a spotless light-bulb.
A cat picks up a length of rope in their mouth.
``Why are you faceless?'' the woman remarks.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
The man and a man hands' touch as predicted.
339
Inside the crumbling warehouse, near the plastic skyscrapers.
The twisting walls are thickly coated in black paintings.
A raccoon watches cooly.
``Remember when we first met?'' the fearful figure whispers.
340
In the entrance of a cyan lit hospital, somewhere along the road.
A woman stares at the door of a closet.
The sleet obscures the aged prostitute's vision.
The woman and a shrouded individual bodies' part at last.
341
Throughout the endless charcoal cracking smokestacks, far from the nearly infinite crystal malls, within the stained church.
The floors smell of salt.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man asks.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman ponders aloud.
342
Among the halls of a brightly lit art studio, in between the sparse short neon offices.
A mouse runs away.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the man thinks.
The sound of a clear car alarm is cut off violently.
A bloodied wanderer peeks cooly into a filthy wine glass.
The fog clears slightly.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks hesitantly.
343
Amongst the overwhelming number of rusted and gleaming apartments, down the brown shining path, inside the grimy stairway.
The rooms are covered in advertisements.
A stray cat picks up a rotten apple in their mouth and runs away morbidly.
The lost figure and a model cross gazes once more.
344
Away from the few steel houses, around the nearly infinite towering simple smokestacks, in the entrance of the unlit apartment complex.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat gets quieter and quieter.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man mutters.
``Why are you faceless?'' the withered woman whispers.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
A woman gazes cautiously from within the shadows.
A cat watches curiously.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the shrouded man ponders silently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the veiled model asks.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
The man and a bloodied vagrant talk passionately with renewed vigour.
345
Somewhere along the freeway, within a glowing and crumbling barracks.
A woman peers into a clear neon sign.
A stray dog runs away.
``Why are you faceless?'' the aged wanderer remarks.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the woman replies.
346
Just outside the dimly lit restaurant, several kilometers down the twisting sidewalk.
The cracking floors smell of alcohol.
The man and a prostitute meet stares for the first time.
347
Throughout the endless black moldy malls, miles from the sparse nearly infinite modern skyscrapers, among the halls of a rusted factory.
The sound of a lonely car alarm is cut off violently.
A fearful woman stares nervously through a drilled hole.
A dog picks up a shard of glass in her mouth.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the man mutters.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
The woman and the withered figure talk at last.
348
Somewhere along a river, in the entrance of the neon lit theater.
A man peeks at the cracks in a wall.
A rat watches interestedly.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman asks cooly.
349
Within the walls of the light grey dusty office building, down a gleaming and imposing alleyway.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
The bloodied traveller and a model fingers' touch again.
350
Close to the brown abandoned offices, somewhere along the railroad tracks, within a barely lit night club.
A woman peers coldly from inside a darkened corner.
A mouse darts into the shadows.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man ponders silently.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the shrouded prostitute says.
351
Several kilometers down the stained and glowing subway line, inside a black cracking church.
The sound of a muffled scream gets louder.
The woman and the lost man hands' part once more.
352
Among the halls of a strangely lit art studio, down the path.
A veiled individual stares from a darkened corner.
The rain obscures the woman's vision.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man wonders.
The sound of a clear car alarm is cut off violently.
The man and a traveller lips' meet with renewed vigour.
353
Away from the overwhelming number of stone warehouses, in between the few short brick houses, in the entrance of a moldy fast food restaurant.
The rusted walls are overrun with strange messages.
A stray dog picks up the tin can in their mouth and runs away desperately.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman whispers.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man remarks.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A woman peeks hesitantly into a smudgy wristwatch.
A dog picks up a stained magazine in their mouth.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the aged woman mutters.
354
Several kilometers down the light grey crumbling street, just outside a brightly lit apartment complex.
The woman and the bloodied wanderer meet stares as predicted.
355
Within the walls of a twisting subway stop, near the endless crystal factories.
The sound of a violent scream gets quieter.
A man peers morbidly through a drilled hole.
The fog becomes heavier.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the woman replies.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man ponders silently.
356
Amongst the sparse dusty and abandoned skyscrapers, somewhere along the freeway, within a glaringly lit temple.
The woman and the figure cross gazes for the first time.
357
Far from the towering neon malls, around the few expensive smokestacks, in the entrance of a grey grimy train station.
A raccoon darts into the shadows.
A man stares into a stained mirror.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Why are you faceless?'' the veiled individual whispers.
The sleet shows no sign of clearing.
The man and the bruised model hips' touch at last.
358
Among the halls of an unlit restaurant, in between the many short modern houses.
The walls smell of mildew.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the lost prostitute wonders.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man mutters.
A rat watches unemotionally.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the bloodied wanderer thinks.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks passive-aggressively.
359
Down the shining railroad tracks, within the walls of a black imposing night club.
A man gazes into the door of a closet.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
The shrouded figure and the vagrant talk again.
360
Within a neon lit theater, somewhere along the subway line.
The floors are thickly coated in ants.
A mouse picks up a torn up letter in their mouth and runs away resignedly.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman says.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man ponders aloud.
361
Near the endless stone factories, down a stained and crumbling sidewalk, inside the brown moldy barracks.
The sound of a muffled car alarm resonates.
A fearful individual peers nervously from inside a darkened corner.
The rain fills the air.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man replies.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the bruised man wonders.
362
Somewhere along a path, just outside the barely lit office building.
The rooms smell of mold.
The man and the aged model fingers' part as predicted.
363
Within the walls of a twisting and dusty factory, down a rusted road.
A woman peeks cautiously into a spotless locket.
The sound of a shrill scream is cut off violently.
The man and the traveller talk slowly for the first time.
364
Amongst the charcoal sleek offices, throughout the nearly infinite plastic malls, within the dimly lit warehouse.
A dog picks up a broken tv remote in his mouth.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the shrouded vagrant asks.
The sound of a violent heartbeat echoes continuously.
A woman stares from the shadows.
A stray cat darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the veiled prostitute whispers.
``Why are you fearful?'' the woman asks aggressively.
365
In the entrance of an imposing and glowing apartment complex, miles from the overwhelming number of towering brick smokestacks.
The grimy rooms are sparsely covered in dust.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man ponders silently.
``Why are you faceless?'' the lost individual thinks.
The sound of piercing laughter resonates.
The woman and the bruised figure cross gazes at last.
366
Several kilometers down an alleyway, among the halls of the grey lit train station.
A man peers at a drilled hole.
A stray dog watches with interest.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman mutters.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the man says.
367
Around the many brown filthy warehouses, far from the sparse neon houses, within the walls of a cracking hospital.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter and quieter.
The woman and the model meet stares once more.
368
Just outside the brightly lit restaurant, down a rusted and twisting railroad tracks.
A man peeks hesitantly from within the shadows.
The downpour becomes heavier.
``Why are you veiled?'' the aged vagrant asks.
A raccoon picks up the piece of wire in their mouth and runs away.
The woman and a faceless woman lips' touch with renewed vigour.
369
Amongst the endless dusty apartments, somewhere along a sidewalk, in the entrance of the black shining subway stop.
The abandoned walls smell of alcohol.
A man stares resignedly into a cloudy pair of glasses.
The sleet obscures the woman's vision.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the withered prostitute ponders aloud.
370
Among the halls of the glaringly lit barracks, close to the overwhelming number of nearly infinite glass offices.
The woman and a traveller hips' meet again.
371
Several kilometers down a charcoal gleaming subway line, inside the imposing temple.
The walls are overrun with mirrors.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man whispers.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the bruised individual ponders silently.
372
Miles from the simple malls, down a river, within the neon lit office building.
A woman peers cooly into the door of a closet.
The sound of a muffled scream is cut off violently.
The lost model and a fearful vagrant bodies' part for the first time.
373
Near the many short stone factories, in between the few sleek and grimy smokestacks, just outside the moldy theater.
The rooms smell of mildew.
A woman gazes through a drilled hole.
A dog picks up a length of rope in her mouth.
``Remember when they still loved me?'' the man asks cautiously.
The rainstorm fills the air.
The woman and a prostitute cross gazes as predicted.
374
Several kilometers down the dusty and rusted road, within the walls of a dimly lit art studio.
A man stares from inside a darkened corner.
A stray cat runs away coldly.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the aged man mutters.
375
In the entrance of the abandoned fast food restaurant, somewhere along a railroad tracks.
The floors are covered in blue drawings.
The snowstorm shows no sign of clearing.
The veiled model and the bloodied woman talk once more.
376
Away from the endless steel warehouses, down a brown filthy freeway, inside the unlit train station.
The sound of a clear car alarm resonates.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man replies.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman asks.
377
Close to the sparse twisting houses, miles from the overwhelming number of towering expensive malls, among the halls of a glowing and grimy restaurant.
A man peers slowly from the shadows.
The rain obscures the woman's vision.
The fearful figure and the prostitute lips' touch with renewed vigour.
378
Somewhere along a street, within the walls of the strangely lit stairway.
A mouse watches curiously.
``Remember when we first met?'' the man remarks.
The sound of shattering glass gets louder and louder.
A bruised vagrant gazes resignedly into a cracked shot glass.
The sleet fills the air.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the woman ponders silently.
379
Just outside a moldy factory, down a light grey shining subway line.
The stained rooms smell of mold.
The faceless wanderer and the bloodied traveller talk viciously again.
380
Far from the many abandoned and gleaming factories, amongst the nearly infinite brick apartments, in the entrance of the barely lit hospital.
A raccoon picks up a sheet of plastic in their mouth.
A man stares into a greasy neon sign.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat is cut off violently.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman wonders.
The downpour clears slightly.
The man and an individual argue angrily for the first time.
381
Among the halls of the black dusty office building, throughout the nearly infinite plastic smokestacks.
The crumbling floors are thickly coated in letters.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the withered model thinks.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the woman says.
A rat darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when we made love?'' the veiled woman whispers.
``Why are you bruised?'' the woman remarks.
382
Within a glaringly lit church, somewhere along the path.
The rainstorm obscures the man's vision.
A fearful prostitute peers hesitantly at the door of a closet.
The sound of lonely laughter resonates.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman asks.
A dog watches unemotionally.
The man and a lost man meet stares as predicted.
383
Down the grimy and glowing road, within the walls of a brown twisting theater.
The walls smell of alcohol.
A woman peeks from within the shadows.
The fog fills the air.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the bloodied traveller wonders.
``Why are you withered?'' the man replies.
384
In the entrance of the neon lit temple, close to the endless short crystal warehouses.
The sound of shattering glass gets louder.
The woman and a figure fingers' meet at last.
385
Around the few moldy skyscrapers, in between the overwhelming number of stone factories, inside the gleaming and dusty art studio.
The shining walls are sparsely covered in charcoal book pages.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the veiled individual ponders aloud.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the man whispers.
386
Near the towering glass malls, somewhere along the river, just outside a brightly lit apartment complex.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Remember when he was still alive?'' the shrouded vagrant mutters.
The sound of a piercing scream echoes continuously.
A man stares morbidly from a darkened corner.
A mouse picks up a shard of glass in their mouth and runs away coldly.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the woman says.
387
Down the grey filthy railroad tracks, among the halls of an abandoned stairway.
The lost model and the aged wanderer talk with renewed vigour.
388
Within a dimly lit factory, somewhere along the subway line.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
A man peers desperately into a frosted beer glass.
The rain becomes heavier.
``Why are you withered?'' the faceless prostitute asks resignedly.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman ponders silently.
389
Miles from the endless grimy and cracking houses, down the imposing path, in the entrance of a light grey crumbling night club.
The rusted rooms smell of salt.
The man and a traveller bodies' part again.
390
Amongst the nearly infinite expensive smokestacks, far from the few short steel apartments, just outside the strangely lit hospital.
The sound of shattering glass gets quieter and quieter.
A woman gazes into a spotless light-bulb.
The snow fills the air.
``Why are you bruised?'' the bloodied woman replies.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the man asks.
391
Somewhere along a street, inside the sleek and gleaming barracks.
The floors are covered in charcoal grafitti.
``Why are you veiled?'' the man mutters.
A stray dog picks up a rotten apple in her mouth.
The shrouded figure and a fearful man cross gazes once more.
392
Within the walls of an unlit warehouse, down the stained river.
A withered vagrant peeks from inside the shadows.
The snowstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman thinks.
393
Close to the sparse plastic warehouses, throughout the overwhelming number of brown abandoned offices, in the entrance of the dusty and crumbling church.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
The lost individual and a wanderer argue passionately for the first time.
394
Within the glaringly lit theater, near the many modern skyscrapers.
A woman stares nervously through the cracks in a wall.
The fog becomes heavier.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the bruised traveller whispers.
``Remember when we made love?'' the woman asks coldly.
395
Miles from the grey twisting smokestacks, several kilometers down the sidewalk, among the halls of a cracking and moldy temple.
The imposing floors smell of mildew.
A cat watches with interest.
The faceless woman and a bloodied model meet stares with renewed vigour.
396
Somewhere along the black shining railroad tracks, just outside a barely lit train station.
A man peers into the door of a closet.
The sound of a violent car alarm echoes continuously.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman replies.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the fearful vagrant says.
397
Inside a rusted and grimy subway stop, several kilometers down the road.
A rat picks up the crumpled newspaper in their mouth and runs away.
The woman and a figure talk morbidly at last.
398
In between the few crystal malls, somewhere along the filthy subway line, within the walls of a brown lit art studio.
The sleek walls are overrun with spiderwebs.
``Why are you veiled?'' the aged traveller ponders aloud.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the woman ponders silently.
399
Several kilometers down a path, in the entrance of the brown stained night club.
The downpour shows no sign of clearing.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the faceless prostitute wonders.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man asks.
400
Within the dimly lit office building, somewhere along the imposing sidewalk.
The walls smell of mold.
A woman gazes hesitantly from within a darkened corner.
The sound of a piercing scream gets louder and louder.
The lost man and a bruised woman lips' part once more.
401
Away from the nearly infinite nearly infinite simple houses, amongst the endless grey glowing factories, just outside a crumbling and twisting hospital.
A man peeks into a smudgy wine glass.
A dog picks up a tattered shoe in their mouth.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman asks passive-aggressively.
The snow fills the air.
The woman and the model fingers' meet as predicted.
402
Among the halls of an unlit fast food restaurant, far from the sparse brick skyscrapers.
The rooms are thickly coated in advertisements.
A mouse darts into the shadows.
``Why are you faceless?'' the aged wanderer thinks.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man ponders aloud.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
A woman stares from a darkened corner.
The rainstorm obscures the bloodied figure's vision.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man whispers.
403
Within the walls of the shining factory, down the alleyway.
The sound of a lonely car alarm resonates.
The bruised woman and a lost individual cross gazes for the first time.
404
Miles from the overwhelming number of short expensive smokestacks, throughout the plastic offices, within a brightly lit warehouse.
The gleaming rooms smell of salt.
A shrouded prostitute gazes coldly at the cracks in a wall.
A cat watches interestedly.
``Do you think they saw us?'' the woman wonders.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
The woman and the wanderer argue viciously at last.
405
Several kilometers down the moldy and filthy railroad tracks, in the entrance of a charcoal cracking apartment complex.
An aged figure peeks into a drilled hole.
A stray cat picks up a broken tv remote in their mouth and runs away.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man asks.
406
Near the endless towering glass warehouses, somewhere along the subway line, among the halls of a neon lit church.
The sound of clear laughter gets louder.
The bloodied woman and the veiled model meet stares once more.
407
Within the walls of a dusty art studio, around the nearly infinite steel malls.
The floors are covered in spindly black pipes.
A rat runs away slowly.
``Why are you withered?'' the man replies.
The fog clears slightly.
A woman stares resignedly into a clear pair of glasses.
A stray dog picks up a stained magazine in her mouth.
``Remember when we made love?'' the bruised vagrant ponders silently.
408
Down a rusted and crumbling river, just outside the barely lit train station.
The sound of shattering glass echoes continuously.
The man and the prostitute bodies' part as predicted.
409
Inside the light grey twisting restaurant, somewhere along a path.
The abandoned walls smell of mildew.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the woman says.
A cat picks up a torn up letter in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
``Remember when she was still alive?'' the shrouded wanderer mutters.
410
In the entrance of the strangely lit hospital, far from the overwhelming number of nearly infinite modern apartments.
The sound of a muffled scream is cut off violently.
A woman peers from within a darkened corner.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man remarks.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the woman asks.
411
Miles from the few crystal smokestacks, throughout the many stained and grimy factories, within a glowing barracks.
The man and the veiled man hands' meet for the first time.
412
Down the brown sleek road, within the walls of a green lit temple.
The sound of shrill laughter gets quieter and quieter.
A woman peeks cooly from inside the shadows.
A stray cat runs away.
``Why are you aged?'' the lost figure asks nervously.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman ponders silently.
413
Inside the moldy and rusted factory, close to the sparse short expensive warehouses.
The walls are overrun with cockroaches.
The man and a model lips' touch at last.
414
In the entrance of the dimly lit stairway, several kilometers down a street.
A woman gazes at the door of a closet.
The sleet fills the air.
The shrouded individual and a withered prostitute talk once more.
415
Around the neon offices, somewhere along the shining railroad tracks, within a cracking and twisting theater.
A raccoon watches unemotionally.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman replies.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the fearful man says.
The sound of a lonely car alarm echoes continuously.
A man stares desperately into a stained mirror.
The rainstorm becomes heavier.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman whispers.
416
Just outside the glaringly lit subway stop, near the nearly infinite abandoned houses.
The man and a woman cross gazes with renewed vigour.
417
Amongst the overwhelming number of glass apartments, in between the few towering simple skyscrapers, within the walls of the gleaming and sleek office building.
The sound of a violent scream is cut off violently.
A bruised wanderer peeks from within a darkened corner.
The snow shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the man mutters.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the woman wonders.
418
Down a subway line, inside the unlit apartment complex.
The man and an aged traveller meet stares as predicted.
419
Miles from the endless charcoal imposing warehouses, several kilometers down a light grey dusty river, among the halls of the stained and rusted warehouse.
The grimy floors smell of mold.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman ponders aloud.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the fearful model replies.
The sound of a muffled heartbeat resonates.
A woman gazes hesitantly from inside the shadows.
A dog picks up a length of rope in his mouth.
``Why are you veiled?'' the withered man thinks.
420
In the entrance of the strangely lit train station, far from the brick smokestacks.
The man and a figure argue passionately again.
421
Within the shining and abandoned fast food restaurant, somewhere along a path.
The sound of a shrill car alarm echoes continuously.
A woman stares into a greasy window.
A stray dog picks up the rotten apple in their mouth and darts into a darkened corner.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the faceless wanderer asks angrily.
The sound of a lonely scream gets louder and louder.
The woman and an aged traveller hips' part at last.
422
Several kilometers down the twisting sidewalk, within the walls of a brightly lit night club.
The rooms are thickly coated in missing pet posters.
A mouse runs away cautiously.
``Why are you bruised?'' the man whispers.
``Remember when we first met?'' the veiled vagrant asks.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
A woman peeks cooly through a drilled hole.
A cat picks up a shard of glass in her mouth.
``Why are you lost?'' the man ponders silently.
423
Around the overwhelming number of nearly infinite plastic houses, away from the many steel apartments, inside the sleek and stained art studio.
The snowstorm fills the air.
The bloodied woman and a model talk once more.
424
Among the halls of a barely lit barracks, down the freeway.
The crumbling walls smell of salt.
A man gazes morbidly into a spotless wristwatch.
A dog picks up the piece of wire in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the woman remarks.
The rain becomes heavier.
The man and an aged figure hands' touch as predicted.
425
Just outside the dusty factory, throughout the nearly infinite towering expensive skyscrapers.
A fearful traveller peers into the door of a closet.
The sound of a violent car alarm echoes continuously.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the woman mutters.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man says.
426
Near the sparse modern factories, somewhere along a glowing and rusted street, in the entrance of the grey lit temple.
The sleet obscures the lost wanderer's vision.
The woman and a vagrant meet stares for the first time.
427
Amongst the nearly infinite stone malls, in between the few glass offices, within the walls of the black gleaming restaurant.
A withered model peeks slowly from a darkened corner.
A stray cat runs away nervously.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man ponders aloud.
The sound of a muffled scream gets louder.
The woman and a faceless woman cross gazes with renewed vigour.
428
Within the neon lit stairway, far from the overwhelming number of filthy and grimy apartments.
A raccoon watches cooly.
``Why are you aged?'' the veiled individual whispers.
429
Throughout the nearly infinite neon smokestacks, several kilometers down the subway line, just outside a stained hospital.
A man stares into a filthy locket.
The rainstorm fills the air.
The woman and a man fingers' part again.
430
Down the brown shining alleyway, in the entrance of a dimly lit church.
The walls are sparsely covered in ants.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the man asks coldly.
The sound of piercing laughter is cut off violently.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the woman asks.
431
Within the walls of the crumbling and cracking fast food restaurant, near the sparse charcoal dusty factories.
A man peers resignedly into a cracked neon sign.
A stray dog picks up the tin can in their mouth and darts into the shadows.
The woman and a lost prostitute talk coldly at last.
432
Around the many simple houses, several kilometers down a path, within the strangely lit train station.
The snow becomes heavier.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the man replies.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the man says.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
A faceless vagrant gazes cooly through the cracks in a wall.
A cat picks up a sheet of plastic in their mouth.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the woman mutters.
433
Miles from the few gleaming malls, away from the short expensive skyscrapers, just outside a grey sleek warehouse.
The floors smell of alcohol.
The veiled wanderer and the figure hips' touch as predicted.
434
Down a rusted and glowing road, among the halls of the brightly lit factory.
A man stares morbidly from inside a darkened corner.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat echoes continuously.
The woman and a bruised traveller argue with disgust with renewed vigour.
435
In the entrance of the abandoned barracks, several kilometers down a railroad tracks.
A rat watches curiously.
``Why are you faceless?'' the aged model wonders.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman whispers.
The downpour clears slightly.
A lost man peeks from within the shadows.
The sound of a violent car alarm gets quieter.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man asks slowly.
``Do you think he saw us?'' the woman thinks.
436
In between the sparse brick apartments, far from the overwhelming number of moldy and twisting warehouses, within the walls of the barely lit office building.
The bruised woman and a prostitute lips' meet once more.
437
Down the dusty subway line, within a gleaming and cracking night club.
A stray cat runs away desperately.
A woman gazes resignedly into a clear shot glass.
The sound of shattering glass resonates.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the veiled individual remarks.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the man ponders aloud.
The fog obscures the woman's vision.
The shrouded figure and the fearful vagrant meet stares again.
438
Amongst the nearly infinite steel offices, somewhere along a river, just outside the neon lit art studio.
A man stares hesitantly at the door of a closet.
The sound of a clear scream is cut off violently.
``Remember when she still loved me?'' the woman mutters.
``Why are you bruised?'' the withered man wonders.
439
Throughout the many light grey stained factories, near the endless towering plastic smokestacks, inside an imposing and rusted temple.
A stray dog picks up the tattered shoe in their mouth and runs away.
The man and a traveller hands' part for the first time.
440
Within the walls of the dimly lit theater, several kilometers down the black shining path.
A woman peeks through the cracks in a wall.
The sound of a muffled car alarm gets louder and louder.
``Remember when we felt something?'' the veiled prostitute whispers.
A dog picks up an old chicken bone in his mouth.
The woman and an aged figure fingers' touch as predicted.
441
Down a road, among the halls of the moldy and twisting restaurant.
The rooms are covered in threats.
The sleet becomes heavier.
``Do you think they are out there?'' the man asks.
442
In between the sparse grey filthy skyscrapers, somewhere along a gleaming and abandoned street, within an unlit subway stop.
A woman gazes coldly from a darkened corner.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat echoes continuously.
The man and the model talk at last.
443
Away from the nearly infinite nearly infinite glass apartments, close to the many neon malls, inside the stained apartment complex.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Why are you shrouded?'' the bloodied vagrant asks passionately.
A rat watches with interest.
A woman stares into a cloudy cellphone.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
``Do you think it has a purpose?'' the man says.
444
Within the walls of a yellow lit hospital, around the overwhelming number of glowing and imposing warehouses.
The crumbling walls smell of mold.
The bruised man and the veiled individual argue angrily again.
445
Near the short simple offices, down an alleyway, among the halls of the dusty train station.
A man peers from inside the shadows.
A cat picks up the torn up letter in their mouth and runs away cautiously.
The aged prostitute and a woman lips' meet for the first time.
446
In the entrance of a brightly lit office building, somewhere along the moldy and filthy railroad tracks.
The grimy rooms are thickly coated in dust.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman thinks.
The sound of a violent scream gets louder.
``Why are you fearful?'' the lost model wonders.
``Remember when we first met?'' the woman remarks.
A stray dog darts into a darkened corner.
A man gazes morbidly at a drilled hole.
The sound of a piercing heartbeat echoes continuously.
``Do you think there's a reason?'' the woman replies.
447
Inside the light grey gleaming church, far from the nearly infinite crystal factories.
The snowstorm fills the air.
The man and a bruised wanderer hips' part with renewed vigour.
448
Amongst the few towering modern apartments, miles from the endless steel skyscrapers, just outside a neon lit temple.
The floors smell of mildew.
A raccoon picks up a length of rope in her mouth.
``Remember when he still loved me?'' the veiled figure mutters.
``Do you think there could ever be a reason?'' the man says.
The sound of clear laughter is cut off violently.
A shrouded traveller peeks into the door of a closet.
A stray cat picks up the stained magazine in their mouth and runs away slowly.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man ponders silently.
449
Away from the many charcoal stained malls, down a sidewalk, among the halls of the cracking fast food restaurant.
The downpour becomes heavier.
The bloodied individual and a prostitute talk desperately as predicted.
450
Within the walls of the barely lit barracks, around the nearly infinite short glass houses.
A woman stares resignedly into a stained pair of glasses.
The sound of a muffled scream gets quieter and quieter.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man asks.
A rat watches unemotionally.
The woman and a faceless vagrant cross gazes again.
451
In the entrance of a sleek warehouse, several kilometers down the rusted and glowing subway line.
The rooms are overrun with strange messages.
A veiled model gazes coldly from the shadows.
The sound of a shrill heartbeat resonates.
``Remember when you loved me?'' the woman remarks.
``Why are you withered?'' the bruised wanderer asks aggressively.
A dog darts into a darkened corner.
The woman and the man argue viciously once more.
452
Close to the overwhelming number of plastic offices, down the street, inside a glaringly lit stairway.
A man peers hesitantly at a drilled hole.
The snow obscures the woman's vision.
``Do you think she is coming?'' the man replies.
453
Just outside a dusty factory, near the brown twisting apartments.
The walls smell of alcohol.
``Why are you lost?'' the woman says.
The sound of a piercing car alarm echoes continuously.
The shrouded figure and the veiled vagrant fingers' touch for the first time.
454
In between the few expensive smokestacks, miles from the many nearly infinite stone malls, within a strangely lit hospital.
A man peeks into a frosted wristwatch.
The rain shows no sign of clearing.
``Do you think there's something out there?'' the woman ponders silently.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the woman ponders aloud.
455
Far from the sparse crystal warehouses, several kilometers down the abandoned and crumbling alleyway, in the entrance of a cracking train station.
The moldy walls are covered in light grey paintings.
The sound of clear laughter gets louder and louder.
The fearful woman and the model bodies' part at last.
456
Within the walls of an unlit apartment complex, down the railroad tracks.
A woman gazes morbidly into a spotless light-bulb.
The fog becomes heavier.
``Why are you faceless?'' the man mutters.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the woman asks cooly.
The sound of shattering glass is cut off violently.
The bloodied figure and a lost individual hips' meet as predicted.
457
Throughout the nearly infinite glowing and sleek factories, away from the few towering brick houses, inside the filthy night club.
The twisting rooms smell of salt.
A man peers from inside the shadows.
The sleet clears slightly.
``Why are you withered?'' the woman asks.
458
Somewhere along a charcoal rusted path, within an acid green lit restaurant.
A stray dog picks up a shard of glass in his mouth.
The aged prostitute and the traveller cross gazes once more.
459
In between the endless glass skyscrapers, down a river, among the halls of the grimy fast food restaurant.
The rooms are sparsely covered in grey grafitti.
The downpour fills the air.
``Remember when we made love?'' the man says.
``Why are you faceless?'' the veiled wanderer ponders silently.
A stray cat picks up the tin can in their mouth and runs away desperately.
A woman stares through the cracks in a wall.
The rain obscures the lost individual's vision.
``Do you think she saw us?'' the man wonders.
``Remember when we first met?'' the withered figure whispers.
460
Close to the sparse short modern malls, far from the nearly infinite neon offices, within the walls of a neon lit temple.
A mouse watches curiously.
The man and the bloodied vagrant talk again.
461
In the entrance of a light grey gleaming church, several kilometers down the shining road.
The floors smell of mildew.
A woman peeks into a filthy window.
The snowstorm becomes heavier.
``Do you think he is out there?'' the man mutters.
A raccoon picks up a broken tv remote in her mouth.
The woman and a woman fingers' touch for the first time.
462
Within the glaringly lit theater, amongst the few charcoal abandoned smokestacks.
The snow fills the air.
``Why are you fearful?'' the man replies.
463
Away from the plastic warehouses, around the sparse sleek and stained skyscrapers, among the halls of a dusty stairway.
A woman peers coldly into a drilled hole.
A cat darts into a darkened corner.
The aged wanderer and the faceless traveller lips' part as predicted.
464
Miles from the nearly infinite simple malls, down a subway line, just outside the brightly lit art studio.
The rainstorm clears slightly.
``Remember when we visited here first?'' the man ponders aloud.
``Do you think they are coming?'' the woman asks.
The sound of a violent scream echoes continuously.
A man stares nervously into a clear shot glass.
The sleet becomes heavier.
``Remember when they was still alive?'' the withered individual wonders.
465
In the entrance of a black moldy barracks, near the overwhelming number of rusted offices.
The walls are overrun with spiderwebs.
``Why are you bloodied?'' the man ponders silently.
``Do you think something's coming?'' the shrouded figure says.