Stories tagged “Dystopian”

  • Dystopian : Pt 1

    “What are my options?” I asked the mirror. “I suggest a pair of black trousers, A cyan collared shirt and your best pair of loafers.” replied the mirror in it’s robotic tone. “May I try them on.” I asked. ̶...

  • Dystopian : Pt 2

    We glided through the air on our way to the party. I gazed out the window down below, the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, people carrying on about their business. “You hear about the new terrorist threat?” asked my Father. “Oh hush n...

  • Dystopian : Pt 4

    After her quick mourning of her husband my mother remembered that I needed her now. “We need to get out of here.” she said searching for an exit. “Lets go see if the stairs are still in tact.” I suggested. We broke down the door...

  • Dystopian : Pt 5

    We wandered the shell of a city that was full of life about a half hour ago. We found our way back to our living centre and went upstairs to our house. We broke down the door and entered what used to be our home. In the main room we found Tres lifeless...

  • THE FUTURE (Scary Version)

    What does the future of planet Earth look like? What will society have evolved into? Well, if current trends in society are anything to go by, then it’ll be something like this: Everyone on the planet will have appeared on a TV show at least 18 t...

  • Last Dance

    I closed my eyes and visualized the plan. It was a dancer’s trick; I was once a member of my Commune’s dance team. Going back in time to kill a murderer was a bit different from performing a jazz-kick routine, but the technique stuck with m...

  • The blink of an eye

    At first it was just isolated reports. A quick, inexplicable spike in the mortality rate. Rumors started spreading. Whispers about where these deaths came from. Governments and scientists denied what was happening. But the rumors kept growing stronger....

  • A Symptom of the Times

    My men worked in plastic ponchos, taking pictures and uploading them to the central database. The thin material didn’t keep the rain out, it just slowed it down. By now everyone was uncomfortable- bordering on miserable. A black sedan pulled up t...

  • Daljia

    Dust and smoke billowed everywhere as the sounds of explosions and screams filled the air. I pull my backpack tighter against me and run up the bullet-doused streets. The crumbling buildings and rubble provide an obstacle course, making my movements ra...

  • He would conquer all

    A man quickly strode into the throne room, he was dressed lightly, wearing loose black slacks and a thin black shirt, the customary dress of messengers in the kingdom. His footsteps echoes against the cold stone floors. He came to a stop in front of th...

    • Author: Sara King
    • Posted over 6 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • The Tenth Sack (Day 14)

    The van door slid open. Layed out across the ribbed floor were nine barley sacks, zip tied shut. Some squirmed around, others whimpered. Two men in brown jumpsuits appeared on either side of the door and looked around nervously before stepping down to ...

  • They Shattered SunLight

    It had powered the City of Glimmer for centuries, even during the Electric Civil Wars. It had been a beacon of hope for the tired souls living inside the city walls. It was the people’s most prized possession, guarded more than the Council of Eld...

  • Experience Agents: Prologue

    ‘The proof is in the pudding’. No one knows the origin of this piece of wisdom, but is the driving force behind the life and death chances and risks Experience Agents take to earn life. Few succeed. One inbred family controls a large portio...

    • Author: 32 ^2
    • Posted over 5 years ago.