Deja Vu | by Maria Sledmere

 

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An abstraction takes away the iconic Facebook blue. I close my eyes and pretend we never had this conversation, though inwardly weeping over the certainty of the font. With such startling amnesia on your part, it feels as though I had kissed a ghost. Recalling the vague Netscape graphics of early explorers, I was longing for the romance of MSN Messenger or how it felt to stay up till 2am with the shaky appear offline graphic, still popping up windows to talk to my favourites. Sometimes I close my eyes and drown in graphics. If I could erase each message I probably would, even the cute ones.

 

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An acacia takes away the iconic Facebook bluebird. I close my eyefuls and pretend we never had this conversion, though inwardly weeping over the cesspit of the fool. With such startling amnesia on your participation, it feels as though I had kissed a gibbet. Recalling the vague Netscape grasp of early exponents, I was loopy for the rondo of MSN Metabolism or how it felt to stay up time 2am with the shaky appear offline graphic, still popping up windscreens to talk to my fealties. Sometimes I close my eyefuls and drown in grasp. If I could erase each mess-up I probably would, even the cute ones.

 

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An academy takes away the iconic Facebook blueprint. I close my eyelets and pretend we never had this converter, though inwardly weeping over the chafe of the football. With such startling amnesia on your particle, it feels as though I had kissed a gift. Recalling the vague Netscape grasshopper of early exporters, I was look-alike for the rooftop of MSN Metallurgist or how it felt to stay up timepiece 2am with the shaky appear offline graphic, still popping up wines to talk to my feasts. Sometimes I close my eyelets and drown in grasshopper. If I could erase each metal I probably would, even the cute ones.

 

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Maria Sledmere, a Gemini and committed ginger, is currently completing her Masters dissertation on dark ecology and the contemporary novel. She co-edits SPAM zine and Gilded Dirt, writes reviews for RaveChild and GoldFlakePaint and has work featured in places including Bombus Press, Datableed, Fluland, Numéro Cinq, Thistle Magazine and From Glasgow to Saturn

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