I felt the blades of grass swipe across the skin that was just above my socks as I walked through the overgrown field. I could see her bright unnatural hair on the other side as she stood just in front of the woodlands. She had on heavy rain boots and kicked the sticks that lay… Continue reading I’m Sorry; a flash fiction
There was photos of crops that were watered with blood. It streamed down the edges of fields and around limbs of men. It was a war that looked nothing like our planet’s wars. Ours were pristine and anesthetic; this was bloody and gruesome. We only saw loved ones tears back home. Not the bodies of… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; part six
“What the hell was that!?” Sharon coughed. Oz Leaned down beside her as, what looked like a metallic hand, dropped something and retreated back under the control panel. He picked it up. It had little, shiny lines of green tint on it. Sharon wiped the rest of the blood off of her face as another… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Five
I pushed her hands down to her sides but she didn’t step back. Oz stepped forward and put his hand on Sharon shoulder.It was silent. God, I am so tired of the silence. “God damn it Sharon, do you really think I would lie about that. What the hell!” I yelled. She still didn’t step… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Four.
I clutched the paper in my fingers until I tore the edges away.You will not die. Loosening my grip on the note I began to read the rest of the page. “There is an automatic air filter on your ship. You will not die from the lack of oxygen; at least not for a while.… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Three
The ship keeps rocking. I keep counting the rocks; one,two, one,two,one,two. We don’t know why the ship keeps doing that. Okay, maybe it’s space monsters? Or it’s my imagination. No one else seems to notice. One of my two crew members loves the other one so he is quite distracted. That maybe why he doesn’t… Continue reading Chronicles of a Space Man; Part Two.
There are more colors than the ones of earth, you know. They live deep in outer space. I’ve seen them. They are just blur passing us by. Well, it’s more like us passing them by at an incomprehensible speed. You see, we were only suppose to go to Mars, but we got a little off… Continue reading Chronicles of Space Man; part one.