teel girders littered the broken skyline S
hat the wind howled through T
eaching for her shotgun, Lily watched for the Others R
ntil she was locked away in her hidey-hole U
ouldn’t be too careful ever since the Others had landed C
he war for Earth had been devastating to both sides until the Truce T
nder that, no new Other could come planetside U
elying on those already here to finish the job without destroying what was left of the planet R
xcept now no one knew who was winning anymore E
etermined to consume her weight in pasta D
t tasted so good. The sauce was so savory I
lurping noodle after noodle splattered sauce everywhere S
er date watched with a hungry smile. He thought she was such a tasty… H
Under a gloomy gray sky, she looked at the shattered pieces of her life strewn at her bleeding feet. She stood there dumbfounded. Everything was gone in mere moments! She cried and almost just gave up, but…
Time kept moving.
The sun crept out from behind the clouds.
She grabbed a broom and began to clean up the mess that had been her life and threw it away. She kept a couple of small pieces to remind herself of the before times. She then made a cup of tea and looked at the horizon.
The phoenix watched and learned.
aking miniatures of real life was their thing M
rganizing all the bits and pieces O
etermining how to fit them all together D
nabling the construct to simulate the reality, but at a smaller level E
etting them travel through time as they watched the big bang unfold on their computer screen L
erhaps he is just sleeping. P
nd that’s the excuse you want to go with? A
eally, he could be just catching some shut-eye. R
ealize that I have watched the Monty Python skit like a billion times. R
h, then yeah, he’s dead O
hat was anticlimactic. T
o do you want to start it from the top again? S