In a distance he could see the cotton fields. Where there once had been people living, cultivating food for their families, now there was cotton as far as the eye could see. Enormous machines were harvesting. Any living creature entering would be killed. Far underneath he saw robots working. Transport vehicles going out through the highly guarded gate.
First part of the story can be found here. Malak went over the field. It was dark, but the dry … More
Today was Tanya’s birthday. The last of the many gifts was a teddy bear. A brown one, with a red … More
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He was hanging from the tap he had been born out of. Hanging. Hanging. All he ever did was hanging. … More