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She sat on a little pedestal by the frosty window and stared out at the city lightsThere wasnt much about her that stood out apart from the bright red strands of hair that peaked out of her black velvet beret She sat in there for hours with a teapot and mug on the small timber table that she placed beside the fireplace When she finished running her errands during the day She sat there alone in the dusty old book store with no company and no one to talk to embracing her lonely lifestyle The expression on her face was gloomy and unhopeful most of the time while she sat there and wondered about the mysteries of life the gleam of hope in her face only shined when she had a book in her hand and her eyes were focused on the beautiful words of Shakespeare or when she had a pen in her hand writing in this thick old brown-yellow notebook When the clock strikes midnight the book is closed and the lights are shut off and you wouldnt see her till the next evening No one knew of the woman in the bookstore no one knew if she worked there or she just visited every evening the only thing they knew was that she was aloneSome days in the summer the woman in the window disappeared but would appear the next evening with the same lonely gaze as she looked outside the window Some days the tears that rolled down her cheeks were visible from across the street for all civilians to see yet not one person would visit this woman no one would acknowledge this woman no one knew this woman was aliveuntil one day the woman was gone The lights stayed off in that little bookstore in the evenings the closed sign on the door stayed on close there was no smoke coming from the chimney and the lonely woman in
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