Their Kind


Photo by Roman Logov

Their Kind

Out of the desolate savannah rose a monolith of steel amongst a city of concrete. My heart sank as I saw it; though I’d been warned it was there, I still couldn’t believe my eyes. The rate at which this anomaly grew since the last time I’d been there was disturbing.

These creatures, calling themselves Who-mans, had become a problem. Our future didn’t have their kind written into it, so there was only one choice.

“It is with great joy,” I announced, as the two-legged animals trotted over, “I tell you today, we will be unable to continue this joint-venture.”


Written for 100 Word Wednesday: Week 54

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