You do your greatest art when the climb is at its steepest. At breakfast, you feel every extremity suffering; the only one who suspects otherwise when confronted with a sunny countenance. You’re the one used to being inside those moments, the happiness a shell. Wholly uneasy at the thought it was seen in you, or missed in someone else’s pretty Dyson sphere of a facade. This way, sir, step right up to see law of the weak: surrounded by the strong and prosperous, they dispatch false sunshine and ever so strictly produced elegance. It is your answer, and also your prison.

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