The Room

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Submitted: June 16, 2017

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The Room

 

There I was far from alone.  All alone though the same.  Sounds complicated but it really is not.  Pondering why my latest internet Girlfriend wants me to send her those personal pictures that I'm not supposed to send, when all of a sudden Shadow Girl appears.  It was night, so I could have guessed that is when she is the most comfortable in her surroundings.  The best night ever.  What would I do with this little Shadow Girl?

Well she rents an apartment of course!  Would you have known it that along with all of the voices in my head Light Girl was her roommate.  We got along great!  Neither of them speak though.  Troubling, but Light Girl would point at stuff and Shadow Girl my most wonderful crush had a very pleasant demeanor.  So she took me to her room and I thought that we were going to get it on like I would have liked to but she had other ideas.  Well first off she didn't even have a bed.  It was a room with an empty closet and a rather large book in the corner.  Large enough of a book to stand on, and she did, all night long.  She would write in her cute little shadow hand like she had a notepad, and then she would point at me some more and direct me around and stamp her cutest little shadow foot on the large book, as if lecturing me.

I was getting tired of all of the lecturing so I took a seat next to her and her book.  She wouldn't have any of that though and she pulled me back up, the first time that we ever touched and it was magical as I thought it would be, she was cool to the touch, as cool as the other side of the pillow really, as cool as a Shadow Girl you would expect to be.  Well I tried my very best to stay awake and with the fact that she was amute.  I knew that just being there would be enough, in some sort of the sense.  After what was probably about twenty hours though, as I am unemployed, I finally started to stumble.  My head felt as if it were going to die if I did not find the comforts of some Shadow Girl and take a nap.  She kept pulling me up though and finally as she is just a little Shadow Girl she couldn't pull me up anymore.  I fell right asleep curled up like a dog right next to her and her book.  While I am sure that she kept notes and lectured me in her quiet manner for many more hours. 

When I awoke in the morning I found the apartment totally empty.  The only sign of Light Girl and Shadow Girl was the giant book that was in the corner.  I closed the blinds and lit a candle that I just happened to stow in my pocket for such emergencies ... and waited.


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