When the day collapses into million broken glasses just to reflect the last remaining sun. This empty town calls its strangers to the streets and fills them with noises and shuddering delights. For this place is lonely. The calm wind has left it a long time ago. The memory has now given way to blank imaginations, tired imaginations of the events which question the existence of its past. There is no particular recollection, the lovers are gone, so does the long carefree walks along the sea shore.
These strangers, they all look the same. The lust for nothingness and the eyes washed away in the dreams of shame. They don’t trust each other. They don’t see each other. Living their lives under the mask of borrowed identities, soon, they perish away; but leaving behind the mask, for some another stranger on the trail. Their collections, their broken dreams, left behind, buried, under millions of tin roofs hitting hard with the dismal rain. These noises excite them, they dance on the songs which they don’t understand, among their own kind, in a gathering of loneliness. Once in a while, they question their existence, as they try to look behind their borrowed masks. But these strangers look more strange, as they try to recollect themselves in the mirrors which, long ago, have stopped to reflect them, even in the day. Defeated by time, crawling their way through this commonness, they exist till the memory allows them to stay. For them, there is no tomorrow, there is just today.
Tomorrow, a word, this town has stopped to believe in. As the inhabitants don’t keep a promise for another day. They love and forget, as they are burdened with the growing character of their false-faces which keeps them under a fear of objectivity. They don’t try to act differently, love differently, or even die differently. These strangers make this town, these masks define this town. Stuck in the sand of time, this town has become immortal with the corroding thoughts of its unspoken pasts, with no one to listen, but only the strange noises of its borrowed masks.