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Mannequins

The mannequins put on skin pretending to be human feigning familiarity with lives they’ve never lived performing a pantomime of proficiency in poverty the wisdom won from doing without playing the part of people they consider inconsequential believe are below them with whom it would be unsuitable to be seen socializing unworthy of a welcoming word as they parade about before the cameras and crowds bedecked in diamonds and gold silk gowns and Armani suits whose value would feed more than a few struggling families Contemptible creatures Heinous and hollow

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