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10/21/2013 04:09 pm ET | Updated Oct 21, 2013

Poignant Visual Poem On Loneliness In A City Of Over 8 Million

You would think it's impossible in New York City, home to over eight million people, to ever feel alone. As many who live here can attest, however, the sheer size of this place sometimes has a way of actually amplifying solitude.

This short and poignant "visual monologue," entitled "8,336,615" and directed by Paul Riccio, plays off this idea of being "lonely, but never alone" in America's biggest city.

Watch and feel a little less alone in your loneliness.

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