He had never been able to describe the way the words jumped off the page and neatly filed themselves in his brain. Each sentence correlated to another in a different place making a web of information that he sifted through with ease. Able to find a pattern of similarities in everything from a map to music notes on a page. The environment that surrounded him as he read would also be intertwined with the sentences. So, for the rest of his life a group of rabbits would be associated with bubblegum, nicotine, and Samantha’s steady breathing.
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