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A Conversation With the Universe
“I see you looking.” whispered Kate. She always had to find some human resemblance before she’d trust the universe could hear, ignoring the basic concept; the universe is an orb that surrounds us and is everywhere.
She checked the grass, folded her skirts and sat down.
“Universe, I often wish for simpler times, what I wouldn’t give to have decisions made based on the natural world alone, human beings relish complication it seems.”
The universe didn’t answer, it never did. This time it just stared at her out of the corner of its beady eye and held its pointy nose haughtily in the air. Kate giggled as she noticed the court jester style pointy chin and beard.
‘You won’t be laughing soon!’ the face thought. He knew what happened to people who made the universe feel small and simple.
There was an almighty clap of thunder, the wind grew stronger, Kate screamed as all the leaves whipped up off the floor in a panoramic attack…
That is awesome. I love the way you used it. The totem of the universe is a brilliant concept.
Thanks for taking part in this
Thanks Alastair – I saw the face straight away, it all came from there! I like ‘totem of the universe’ not that would be the better title!
Nice one. I like the fact that the creature could hear Kate. The picture of the creature really makes you feel that it could be real. Well done.
I am glad it felt like a real read, thanks for the comment Lyn. I look forward to reading the other entries now!
Thank you – the photo gave it to me!
Mother Nature can be really testy about criticism sometimes. It’s always best to thank her. It’s safer that way. A very interesting take on the prompt.
I agree – I suppose that’s the central feeling in this write. Thanks for the read.
Oh dear! I guess I better stop saying Mother Natures needs some serious meds. Eeeek!
Thanks Rosy – yes, never annoy mother nature 😉