Humanity hadn’t heeded

The desolated houses were all variations of the same story; those that had weathered the bombings had been abandoned to the elements many years ago. Pealing paint, rusted kitchen appliances, splintered chairs and couches, tattered silk cushions… Humanity hadn’t heeded its prophets.

Burdie sighed as she adjusted her worn gas mask and checked her remaining ammunition; the survivors she knew were no less obstinate than their predecessors.


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42 thoughts on “Humanity hadn’t heeded”

  1. You told a tale too many have lived and continue to live. Time doesn’t heal when it is stuck on rerun.

  2. My first reaction was physical rehabilitation. Well done in creating this, David. My parting reaction is mental rehab. 🙂 I liked this.

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