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Libraries can be described by some as stoic buildings full of organized clutter. Odd shaped book protruding from a vast array of sterile metal containers, each more determined than another to announce how disobedient they can be to conformity. Meeting rooms always conflicted on the correct temperature, and patrons eager to share their half of a phone conversation. “Shhhh” a librarian balks at a group of teenagers, not one can describe a card catalog. Thousands upon thousands of miniature index cards, each with its own story about the lunch of the fella before you. The center of the library cries outdated, drab, and overcompensating lighting to highlight the misgivings of a roof that just couldn’t handle the snowfall that year. Luckily, the carpet leaves us a reminder, and conjures up more imagination than a faceless book that impregnates your thoughts of boredom within.
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