It Feels Like the End of the World

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Billboards hovering above the potholed highways advertise fast emotions and useless products while the homeless sleep beneath the overpass. Dreams are for sale everywhere, and we look, but we can't touch nor own them. They paint a picture of a life we could live if we had the money, and the dreams aren't…

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