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Kathleen Rooney and Elisa Gabbert

The use in useless objects: they make the place feel populated.
People will go to heroic lengths to avoid introspection.
How do I look, by the light of the pale-faced moon?
Hyper-practical people reply by turning on the light.
It’s like that optical illusion: half young woman, half old crone.
If you look at anything closely enough, it will start to seem weird.
Don’t pay too much attention to the buzzing in your ear.
No one can be a witness—to corroborate or invalidate.
You can add or take away any object; the effect remains.
You will want to separate yourself from your secrets.