dystopian

The Wheel

Years ago, I felt much differently about Maradria and the world in which we live – its nature, our place in it, the very fabric of its and our own being. I was a proponent of it all, another victim to its semantic lies. But on a particular gloomy September morning about a year ago, […]

Blue Neighbor

Log 17 – November 2nd, 2049 Only days ago, I was on a space mission traversing the darkness towards the nearest galaxy, but today I find myself crashed and stranded alone on a surprisingly inhabited planet. This is a planet I studied in passing in my youth. It’s a relatively young planet not too different […]

White Rhinoceros

Even after all the days I’ve endured it seems to get colder. My knees are shivering, but my heart whimpers more. Bugsy’s long floppy ears are as strained as I’ve ever seen them. His ribcage shows and his gnawed legs shiver more as daylight wanes. His breaths are short and his nose twitches along with […]

Cryptokid

Dalton and I had been trying for our dream, a baby boy and maybe a girl to accompany him. It had to be almost a year before we started considering alternatives. A year of countless attempts equaled by countless disappointments, false positives, and above all, dwindling hope. Originally, we didn’t want to use any extraordinary […]

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