Melt into the walls

She was walking alone. Her footsteps echoed along the empty corridors It was late at night and she had forgotten how she was working here. Was an hour, a day, a week? Had a month passed till she had breathed the clean air? Had it been a year since she last saw the sun? She could not remember. She could not remember.

She walked into the lab, then into the library. People were there, but none paid attention to her. She was part of the surroundings, part of the university. She had melted into the walls and she had been dissolved into the water of the complex. She had thought that when they said that she would become part of the university system, they meant literally.

AN: This is me right now. Hopefully Christmas will save me.

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