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Tick-tock, seven o'clock, time to get up
The house starts out its day by waking up the family for breakfast.It acts as if nothing has happened and that it is a normal day.
We then learn that something has happened to the house and that the family has died in what we can infer is war.We also learn that it has been a few weeks after what has happened because the dog is very skinny and diseased.
The house gives us a feeling that it is alive and can not deal with losing the family that once owned it by still following all the rules the family had set.
A fire then starts in the house and it tries desperately to stop it but fails as it is burned and you can't help but feel like you've lost something that was once alive.
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