Visitor, Part Two

…standing there for a second, unsure of what to do. The light refused to show him, which did not quite make sense. His shoulder shifted, and part of the empty parking lot behind him was obscured. He took a long sip, and sighed deeply. “Now,” he growled. “I’ve been around a long, long time. Watching. And I never could understand why people keep doing things they don’t like doing.”

“That’s how a lot of misery is spread in this world.”

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