The Blank Page

The page is blank.
There are words on the page, but it is blank.
Nothing exists behind the words.
The couple that lived there moved out.
Now it is an empty shell.
The apartment is waiting.
Vacant. Dark. Cold. Quiet. Still.
Waiting for a new occupant.
No one is calling. No one is inquiring.
The words lighten. Begin to fade.
A distant memory.
The page is blank.

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