The forgotten people.
Like shadows; often faceless and nameless.
All around the streets and squares are empty.

​​​​​​​By nightfall, the shadow people take their places under the shop windows or by the roadsides.
Slowly, lit by the lights of the street lamps, they begin to be visible to those who pass by.
Being urged to stay home but with no home to stay in. 
Chiara Monfrini