The Muted Colors of the Common Inner Landscape

This second person narrative by Josh Sczykutowicz transcends the gap between human and animal. It is a journey into instinct, and the reader is transported deep within themself as they take center stage in the story. We become what we are looking for just as we become lost.

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Perhaps my favorite aspect of Fiction is the ability to be transported, to achieve empathy for those whose experiences are at first glance the furthest from our own. The muted colors of this piece are a reflection of an emotional reflection of our common inner landscape. Travel on the magic of words.

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