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Mirror, Mirror…

Mirror, Mirror…

What are you laughing at? You are laughing at yourselves!

- Nikolai Gogol (1809–1852)

The Smoke Mirrors your Reflective Qualities — Another planksip Möbius

The Smoke Mirrors your Reflective Qualities

Mirror, Mirror…

Inspired by Nikolai Gogol (1809–1852)’s quote, “What are you laughing at? You are laughing at yourselves!”. The titled responsion is…

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