More micromonomania

  
You sit in the window, watching for her. Passersby mistake you for a prostitute.

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When you look at yourself through a microscope, all you can see is Dr Mort’s frown. 

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You keep your memories in a cage. When you’re trying to sleep, they shriek and squawk. 

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Life is like a silent movie. Incidents stutter. There is poetry in their melodrama. 

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Occasionally, friendly faces interpose themselves between the world and you. 

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Eve’s children mock you from the woodlands. 

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Eve is not as you remember. Her eyes seem different, expressionless. 

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Things are ambiguous. They stare at you. You can’t write about them. There are no words. 

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When you whistle, your enemies drop dead. It only works on Sundays. 

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Thanks to everyone who provided source photos for these Mono miniatures. For further micromonomania, click here.

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