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Why else would you have kept such a foggy photo, if not because it contained something important?
Light had damaged the film roll, spreading a gray smudge across the upper two-thirds of the image. Only a pair of legs, from knobby knees downward, remained visible.
After I found that photo among your things, I stared at it for days. Scrutinizing everything around the smudge for an answer.
But when I resurfaced again to feed myself, the upper two-thirds of my vision had gone foggy.
I got it then. You wanted to know how the photo had done this to you.
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