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Earth rises to the west, and a deep blackness thick as milk is to the east.

Through the glass in front of you is the saddest sight you will ever see.

But yet, you do not know why.

Beneath you are screams of metal, crunching and crashing, terrifying your bones.

They shake and tremble, holding eachother together.

Losing all feeling in your muscles, all you feel are your nerves sending electricity through your body.

Shocks and vibrations are sent to your muscles so they can wake up and remember to feel again.

But they are far too gone now.

Space swallows you whole as your body forgets what it felt like to feel.
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