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The Corridor #FridayFotoFiction

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They were dressed alike and some even suspected that they possibly looked alike too.

They seemed to be together but were actually placed with enough distance between them so as to not get too close. They saw different faces come and go, but very few paused to even look their way.

This place was serene, and the view breath taking. Yes, they were very well cared for.  It was a fact that they could not take care of themselves, which is why they had people to do that for them. They had to be thankful of that, if not for anything else.

They often wondered how life on the other side would be. They also knew they would never know. But why should that stop the windows and doors lining the corridor standing there and contemplating of life and more.

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