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A fragmented 500 word collection of thoughts about you from the world's worst guardian angel.
Entrant - Neo-Twiny Jam
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As expected from Sophia, themes of religion, celestial bodies, and trauma, will usually have an appearance in her writing. Again with this entry, from the allusion of a “guardian angel” looking over you, or the triple digits as some form of communication between heavenly bodies and humans (notice how 666 is missing…).
This guardian, however, has not the best intention at heart, as the descriptions (told from their perspective) of their actions seem to traumatise you, has they have done your father before, as they will do your daughter in the future. This fixation is hidden behind their love for you, as they had for your father, as they will your daughter…
Or… you could read something completely different…
The final note absolutely KILLED me.
This game/story/poem was written for the Neo Twiny Jam in 500 words or less.
It's all on one page with expandable text. I read it at first, seeing in it obtuse musings on relationship.
Then I read the trigger warnings, which gave me insights into themes I hadn't identified. Then I realized the poem has a different structure that first appears, a sort of meta puzzle.
I ended up liking piecing things together, having to reach for what's going on. Very nice. Vivid imagery.
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