I knew none of it was real, but the shift of dirt under my bare feet and the piercing reflection of sun on the vast water begged me to believe otherwise. Alone, I walked down to the shore of the lake, taking deep breaths as if I’d just escaped drowning. Which in a way, I had. Even this non-reality could provide a respite from the outside world. The world I actually lived in.
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