Fragments of a mind
“Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.” Edgar Allan Poe
We do not know who he is, or how he came there. The lone character journeys between three rooms endlessly, cycle after cycle, each ending only to begin again where he started. Each room with its own function, although lacking any clear purpose: “The Room with the Switch”, “The Room with Her Song”, and “The Room with the Typewriter”. His only company is himself, some round inanimate objects and his obsession with a haunted voice that comes out of a music box. He searches futilely for answers in the darkness surrounding him only to find a place called Nowhere containing nothing, and nobody. Not much seems to change in this place, except over time the man begins to change and with that so does his relationship to this place he finds himself in. Upon repeatedly confronting himself and his own sanity he falls deeper and deeper into darkness as he fights to find some sort of proof of his own existence.