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The end to the message.
I heard the sound of my crew gasping for air. Each breath of theirs less than the last. Each one of them slowly choking on their own expelled carbon dioxide.
I guess I didn’t really know what being truly lonely was.
My reaction to a voice in my head that was distinctly not mine was probably not what you’re expecting.
I searched for Mother and found what was left of her not far away from where I had been standing.
The smouldering drone had caught in between two overhanging branches and dangled by one motionless rotor.
Suspension pt. 1Suspension pt. 5 Yeah, I was a bitch that night. Not getting my hands on the lifeforms thatContinue Reading