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Blink by Jules Phan

The act of blinking is like clearing a dusty window, only within a fraction of a second.
With a blink, everything comes out not the same — clearer, more vivid, a more accurate version of reality.
But what happens in a blink?
Darkness.
Temporary darkness only exists to serve a brighter day. The longer the darkness, the brighter the day.
He thought all of that while trying blinking, his longest attempted blink.
His eyes are still shut.