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Not what it seems (Friday Fictioneers)

November 8, 2018

PHOTO PROMPT © J.S. Brand

“Nice touch on the artefacts.”

“I thought so… Looks like a human did it.”

“You don’t figure they’ll work it out?”

“Please, over three thousand years and they haven’t yet.”

A flitter of wings lifts her up to the carving on the top of the post. “They got cameras and such these days. What if—”

“—nah, used this.” He holds up a small black box. “Fritz their comms. Hahaha! They think it’s a network dropout.”

“Genius.” Pulling in her wings she dives for the base, flaring them out and flapping rapidly to hover. “That supposed to be me?”

 

 

This is a Friday Fictioneers prompt

Word count: 100

 

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36 Comments
  1. They’re real?

  2. We still haven’t figured out crop circles, now wood carvings too!

  3. Gwen Plano permalink

    Brilliant! ♥

  4. Whimsical and lovely.

  5. Ha ha – such a sweet story – loved it.

    Susan A Eames at
    Travel, Fiction and Photos

  6. I always always look forward to reading your stories, Laurie! And this is a stellar one. I love the intimacy of the moment you created. It was them and their secret! Fantastic job! 💕

  7. Simply delightful!

  8. Dear Laurie,

    Imaginative and lovely story.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  9. This made me happy. The wings, the dialogue, the “sneakiness.” Thank you.

  10. Abhijit Ray permalink

    Aliens blocking human camera with some device! Aliens are here sitting on top of us. Too many network failures these days.

  11. This was all around wonderful, Laurie!

  12. Great idea here.”Fritzed their comms” is such a telling expression. Are we really going to be just as dumb in 1000 more years as we are today–in spite of our comms?

  13. Lovely voices in your highly imaginative take. “Fritz the comms” is new to me. I like it!

  14. Imaginative creatures and so sneaky too. Delightful story!

  15. They are everywhere… the government knows but they are secretly cooperating.

  16. Crafty little imps, methinks. Nice story

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