The piece of paper - (7.2)

There was something happened there.

At the counter with the kitchenware and dinnerware.

So be aware. There was an affair.

And it's not that someone ate all of the éclairs.

So beware. I ran out of rhymes.

And it's not that all of the limes and lemons were stolen.

You're running out of time.

Before dimensions collide with one another.

It starts here, underneath your perception.

A sacrifice was made to stop this affection.

At the counter with the kitchenware and dinnerware.

At the weeping willow, a new beginning is an end of innocent life.

But the secret has been kept until you shine the sunlight to this piece of paper.

The forgiving of a person wasn't enough to make this any better.

It starts here, underneath your perception.

Portals close for the eternity's gate.

I'm speaking to you, humanity - the community that has been making mistakes.

Because "No one is perfect. So accept your imperfections.

It is what makes you have unique."

Such motivations are weakening your resourcefulness, your strength.

To adapt to the sudden changes in the universe.

What you don't know that the universe is a simulation.

You are the subjects, the objective is to persevere.

You already lost. You don't deserve what the universe had given you.

You will be abandoned, that is the least that could happen.

At worst, you will be punished by your own mistakes to infinity and beyond.

You always encourage each other to look at situations from different perspectives.

"Think outside the box. It keeps you from being imaginative."

If you can't define the boundaries of the box-

-then your efforts to leave the box will be forgotten.

Where will dimensions collide with one another?

Right here, under your tracks. Portals are on the floor of the lake.

For indeed, there are. To eliminate the malfunctions.

To serve as a warning to others. Not to repeat the same errors.

Ever. Again. So enjoy your last moments.

And good luck... the last time.

-Sincerely, us.

Postscriptum, the network under the signposts, the centre over the fountain.

  • To be continued. I know that posting literature on a website based around math and science is not worth it. But it is worth a try.

  • The story is for entertainment purpose, and should not be taken seriously.

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