The Loop

…which of course was locked.
 
After a few years I gathered up the courage to unlock the door, beyond which was yet another room, noticeably better than the one I was in. Without hesitation I stepped in allowing the door to lock itself behind me.
 
After a few months I grew bored with my new surroundings, as nice as they were I couldn’t help wondering about the door opposite the one I’d entered through. Eventually I made my way over to said door, which of course was locked.
 
After a few years I gathered up the courage to unlock the door, beyond which was yet another room, noticeably better than the one I was in…
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