Becoming Invisible

First, you must remove your clothes. Protection from the heat, from the cold, from the natural elements is not provided.

Learn how to manage life blind. With nothing for images to bounce off of, you won’t be able to see anything as much as people won’t be able to see you. Light will go straight through your transparent skin like it goes through air and you will lose your sight.

After you have learned how to see without seeing, practice avoidance. A piece of dirt or article of anything stuck to you will not become invisible as well, meaning if you aren’t careful, you could become a floating piece of trash. People will look at you and only see the disheveled leftovers of society that no one wants.

When you have learned these three steps, you are well on your way to succeeding as an invisible person. You will be able to pass by everyday without being noticed by anyone, without being anything but the pitter of footsteps and sound of a voice, if you so chose to use it.

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Years ago, Camden Rose brought her typewriter across the country to Seattle after completing degrees in marketing and creative writing at Elon University. She fell in love with the city and hasn't left since. She can often be found at the ocean's edge taking notes on the local mermaid population. She loves exploring nature and seeking out the magic hidden beneath the everyday world. Currently, she is working on various short stories, novels, and a master’s in education. You can find her on Twitter @CamdensCorner.

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