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It was on the top shelf of an old bookcase, covered with dust and barely visible. Lisa decided she had to find out what it was. She is in a old junk shop, she had looked through old books, prints, and postcards for hours.
Nothing had caught her attention. Now the old box, high and out of reach, intrigued her. She looked around for the old man who ran the store.
As the side of the box reached her eye level, she could read the words: 500 PIECES. She sat the box down on top of the stepladder and climbed down a few steps.
The big picture on the cover had been curiously damaged. Lisa could make out areas of light and dark. It looked as though the scene might be in a room.
It was late on a Saturday afternoon. Lisa lived alone in a small room in an old apartment house. She had no plans for Saturday night. Now she decided to spend the whole evening working on the puzzle.
Lisa cleaned off the big table in the center of the room. She set the box down on it. The first thing that Lisa noticed on the puzzle was that it looked just like her. She regretted of buying that puzzle.
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