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While listening to her special radio station on her tablet, Marie moves into a wishful and solitary pre-dream state.
As the sounds flow into her mind, she sees images of a couple with dark hair and black clothing. They are at a bar in the basement of a house.
It has dark red carpeting, and dark red leather barstools. The man stands behind the heavy mahogany bar, pouring drinks.
The woman slides from her chair, and walks to a sitting area with a wide black leather sofa which has a nail head studded border, and the man follows her, walking toward an old hi-fi cabinet, on the turntable of which he places a vinyl recording.
It sounds like the music in Marie’s mind, except that the music from the images she sees emits a delightfully faint random scratching which is what recorded music is supposed to really sound like, she thinks.
The man sits on the sofa, reclining with his arm along its back, his legs crossed with his ankle resting on the opposite knee.
The woman stands before him with bare feet, her shoes on the floor, one standing on its sole, the other dozing on its side. The insoles are warm and damp, and one of them tried to stick to the bottom of her foot as she removed her shoe.
She begins to slowly dance, taking care not to bump her calf against the sharp corner of the coffee table. Then the tune from the tablet flows into another form, and the couple dissipate like subparticles on the rods and cones of her dozing retinas.