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In Our Days

As far as I know, the wizards had no interest in modern art.
They were the legacy of the old days, the forgotten ones.
Unlike the Outers who showed intuitively abnormal powers, they conjured incomprehensible laws.

One of them made contact in my gallery, and I accepted his offer at once in curiosity for the artworks made by the men in mystery.
On the appointed day, a man in a robe came, swung his hand in the air, and disappeared.
Before he left, he gave me the note of the artist and artwork to copy for the pamphlet.
It was a blank paper. Nothing was written.

The exhibition proceeded as usual except the place we prepared for him and the blank space on the corner of the pamphlet.
No one pointed out the awkward empty space in the center of gallery.