Twenty-four hour supermarkets. Drugs to dispense with rest. Alarm clocks. One week’s annual leave. Always-on internet. Phones everywhere. The way the volume goes up during the adverts. Never being here.
Wake and sleep cycles. Seasons. Fields cropped one autumn, fallow the next. Sprints, slogs, second winds. Dreams [ . . . ]
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