The Mirror of Nature

I explored another’s abandoned dream to save myself

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I stumbled into an abandoned theme park and came upon the ‘Miraculous House of Mirrors’. A cartoon illustration on the side of the building promised to show every facet of our lives, every image of our inner selves. It would’ reveal all.’

Was I up for that? Did I need a moment of ‘reveal all?’
Did I really want to…

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Kevin Farran

Kevin Farran

Kamakura based writer, lover of Great Danes, vintage cars, good red wine, bonsai and the Bard

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