- 12/25/18--03:49: story of the week 104: Tom Lee. Wu
- 12/28/18--04:49: short story slam week 105, december 27, 2018 ---january 14, 2019
- 01/08/19--12:09: story of the week 105 A.M. FALS
- 01/10/19--12:15: short story slam week 106, Jan 10, 2019 ----Jan 27, 2019
to whom you think you are grateful,
we search far,
we search low,
we look left
we look right
we have fun thinking of everyone who supports this poetry prompt!!!!
what do you eat during 2018 Holiday season,
ham or green peppers?
brain storm your food
and share in your free blog,
either from wordpress.com or from blogger.com
our selection for week 105 is out,
we enjoy a story by A. M. FALS
The space orbital habitat burst apart, spewing debris that struck the containment field, clouding our view until the destruction bots activated. Unseen bots worked on smaller debris first. Broken bits of habitat disappeared like a low Earth fog evaporating under the pressure of a bright sun. As the small debris cleared, I thought of animals biting chunks off of their food.
Bots are eating it.
My partner squeezed my hand. I glanced down to witness a tear slip down his cheek, past his tight smile.
Bots devoured our first shared home while a new habitat waited to grow with us.
a poetry book by annapolis montuwa, which is a great thing in story making
spring is here,
we walk in wood near
the air is fresh
we write and think of green hills and palm trees