Space Micro Fic #17

Angels are strange beings. Born from pure mathematics, the subtle bending of spacetime, and a twitch of Source’s thoughts, angels long to understand human thought. It is beyond them, as far as the thoughts of the desert are from the rainforest. When sent to watch humankind, an angel is first instructed to slow down their […]

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Gabriel, Alone

Somewhere in what would later come to be called the Andromeda Galaxy, the Archangel called Gabriel floated listlessly. She was in human form, having found that their brittle grasping fingers were much better for fighting than the amalgamation of pure light and sound and love that her true form was. Her eyes, half-lidded, were dull […]

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Sea Micro Fic #8

What beauty lies in the depths of the sea! Sights that no human has ever laid eyes on. Bulbous white eyes that somehow glimmer in the pitch black of the deep. Teeth that grow sharper and more jagged the closer to the ocean bottom one gets. Nameless horrors glide silently through the viscous water, the […]

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Sea Micro Fic #7

The Leviathan dreams of the Void from which it came. Uncountable arms twitch as it sleeps, the suckers pulsing as they remember grabbing, moving, being. The sea folk that call its massive bulk home ascribe the movements to earthquakes, blissfully unaware that their home was beginning to stir. Soon the Leviathan would wake, the whale […]

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The God of Liminal Space

I want to talk, for a moment if I may, about the god of liminal spaces.  I don’t know his (her/its/their) name; I only recognise him by the sound that emanates from him when he is near: a ringing in the ears, a moan on the wind, silence so complete it becomes its own sound, […]

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