Visability.

It crept in under the cover of darkness, a so rare morning mist, a cloud touching the ground and turning the mundane and everyday into scenes of something quieter, more sinister, it’s damp wool cutting the visibility and muffling the morning sounds into its damp heart and turning a place into a non place.
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