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TGOCT: Round 2 - Conformity pt. 2Genet jumped above the ventilation of the door, and quickly finds herself standing in an alleyway amidst light brown colored buildings. She turned her head to the left only to find a death end hold by railings. Above her is a bridge, standing in upside-down. To the right is simply a path leading to a bigger road. She makes her way towards that place.
Arriving at the bigger street, she quickly gasped. Her mouth slightly open to the sight before her.
What exists there is a scenery of buildings in diabolical and twisted manners. Buildings stacked to each other like children blocks are standing in four sides, making an empty space in the middle where stairs and bridges exist. There appears to be sunlight penetrating from the outside of the buildings.
However, what perplexes her is the direction on which each building and bridge stands. Some are standing on reverse upside-down manner, some are rotated 90 degrees clockwise or anti-clockwise. She became unsure on which is the true direction o
TGOCT: Round 2 - Conformity pt. 1It was a room illuminated by dim light, and with many wardrobes alike standing inside. No other beings are seen inside it, no voices to be made. Except for one soul…
Genet still sat down, feeling devastated in front of the wardrobe that can’t be opened. She had tried until her fingers became sore, and she gave up when she heard a wailing scream of anguish from beyond the door.
Her chest felt hurt, something she had not experienced in many years, many time she doesn’t remember. Her cheeks are wet with tears, a sensation long forgotten.
“I… still can not believe it… It is impossible for me to believe it…” inside her heart she speaks only for herself.
“To lost him just like that… I apologize, deeply, Emmanuel. If only my hand could hold better… If only my hand did not let go…
“You… certainly will not be lost…”
She remembered him, despite of their short encounter. She rem
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