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The Adventures of Morto (last part of book [7])

Science Fiction
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Number 900 found Morto. He was directly over Morto watching him rest. The cyborg took out the electric charged spiked rod and held it, unwavering over the human. Number 900: “You’re only mortal, Morto.” He drove the spike down towards Morto’s heart, but surprisingly Morto was suddenly active and he dodged the rod. Morto: “And you...

The Adventures of Morto (part 6 of book)

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Poor kid, poor kid— “Listen,” said Alphus fully wrapped up in blankets, with a fresh bowl of soup lying beside him, along with the two other bowls. “I am very happy that you are so nice and you saved me…but I was wondering…” Suddenly Alphus realized he wasn’t wondering anything. He slowly rocked to his side and closed his eyes. The girl left him ...

The Adventures of Morto (part 5 of book)

Science Fiction
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Morto was hit hard by someone racing past him, Morto slid sideways, but was soon pushed back into the current of moving people…but he never said anything about it being…the way it appeared to be. At best, Morto expected a Utopian type of society, a religious monkery if he dared to admit. But he had always known that was wishful thinking. What he didn’t know, was how far he was...

The Adventures of Morto (part 4 of book)

Science Fiction
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“Hi there.” Banister and Melanie turned to the voice. “Looks like you two are missin the party.” Banister turned back to focus on the sky. “Yeah, someone has to fly the ship.” Melanie looked at the man, who wore a dark brown jacket, grey pants, and had dark brown side-burns. She couldn’t help but stare into his eyes&h...

The Adventures of Morto (part 3 of book)

Science Fiction
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What was wrong with the human? Why was he so? Some things the machines hadn’t implanted in him, things that at every passing minute aggravated him more and more, in his need to know everything. But he couldn’t help this manner; after all, it was in his nature, er, in his programming. And so Morto was being dragged on by his robotic clone towards another environment, another life. Th...

The Adventures of Morto (part 2 of book)

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“Listen to me. Listen to me!” The irritated clone had enough and grabbed the loud mouth clone by his turquoise uniform and gave him a hard slap in the face. “Who do you think you are?” said the irritated clone. The loudmouth clone clenched his teeth in anger and tried to lunge at the other, but the other easily dodged the maneuver, resulting in him plunging down a dark c...

The Adventures of Morto (part 1 of book)

Science Fiction
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It didn’t matter then, but it mattered now. Morto watched as Leopard, the sly bastard, slid his hand stealthily on Patricia’s leg. She and Leopard were talking with members of the Revenants, an ancient rebel team renown for their efficiency in fighting the machine. Obviously, as Morto figured, they were trying to play it out and see if they could join the Revenants. But he and common ...

Open School (watch the movie on the link below)

Mystery
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“Where is everyone?” asked Eva, as she raced through the halls with Adrien at her side. He guessed wrong, he guessed right: they were in this together, searing their flesh in flight. How did she know? How did he know? It was something like an untold secret, which only he and she could hear in bustling, bustling and hustling crowds. “What if they’re on a field ...

Corporacy

Non-Fiction
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Uncle Baxter sat at his desk comfortably in his large office. Presently there was a knock on his door. “Come in!” Baxter’s nephew Robinson came into the room. “Ahh! Robinson! Your mother let me know you were coming! Tell me, how do you like the city, does it beat the cabin life in Nowhere Ville?” Robinson was grave. “Actually...

A Day Goes By

Non-Fiction
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Amalia looked into the distance at the coming soldiers. She was hiding behind a tree, with Murphy nearby, chewing on an apple. Amalia shook her head in amazement at the soldiers, who still hadn’t spotted the two friends. “I can’t believe it. First the carbon tax in December, and now we got these guys trying to make sure we’re wearing vaccination wristbands, or ...

The Ballerina

Romance
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It was funny how bad he had to reach the restroom. In every direction that he tried to weave, thousands of people gathered before him to get his autograph or to touch him to see that he was real. He didn’t think he was famous, and even so, so what? Jared came out at last from the melee of spectators. It was his concert that was going now, and they hadn’t even a bathroom ba...

The Shame

Western
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The young couple lived out in the woods, amidst only slight tension. The tension came from the death of the first born, and it was sore for both to think about. When Nadia came about, the couple began to get more relaxed. Their whole lives they had prayed and hoped for children. Now they had one, and it was a beacon of progress in their lives. Jon and his wife Hilda were two very basi...

Watching the Audience

Romance and Humour
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He was just spitting out fragments of nothing now, and he knew it. He could drum on his keyboard all day and it still wouldn’t make a difference. Inside, he knew he was missing something essential. Something called love. How did the great men in history accomplish things? by sheer willpower alone? No. They had God. And they had a wife. Ethan knew that he had God. God...

Refusal (extended version)

Mystery, Romance and Science Fiction
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She sat looking at him in the dull light. Above, cables slashed out at the couple. Their spaceship had been going across the nightly galaxy at ease, and comfort. He even had a case of cigars to keep him company. He was, of course, Dr. Goiler of the many, fast responders to various diseases that started to pop up on various planets. She was his wife. What more can be said? ...

The Marriage

Humour
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My marriage was in two hours and I forgot where the church was. My taxi driver, Edmund, didn’t even speak a word of common English. He said things like: “Thousts” and “Thys” but I didn’t understand a word of it. Anyone that has ever seen me can imagine my education: public. Therefore I knew nothing of intellectual conquest. My wife to-be on the othe...

Psychological Sabotage

Mystery
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Stenson had been watching his watch for quite some time; finally, Berny hopped into his parked car. “Berny…Berny, I’ve been waiting a long time for you.” “Listen, I’m sorry Stenson, my wife…” “Well who cares…at least you’re here.” He swallows, looking through the glass of his car at things in the di...

The Friendship

Fantasy, Mystery, Science Fiction, Abstract and Poem
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The fight could have been spelled a hundred different ways. Only one way really stuck out for me: Bad. Where was I going? Beyond Bad. A thick, grassy meadow whipped and curled in an oceanic breeze...and I could smell the salt in my nostrils. My hair whipped like the grass, I noticed, sitting on a molded stump and lighting my cigarette, to spit the smoke out into the wind....

Another Try

Mystery
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I got the call saying I could come to Texas. That seemed good to me, because at home I hadn’t felt like making another movie for a few months. Why not make a movie? Well, to tell you honestly, my soul was revealed in the last one, and I still felt weary from exposing it. It is hard to hide anything as an artist (remember that an artist is different from a cooperate worker, who works for pay...

Pressure

Humour
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“It’s better to write without pressure,” I kept hearing my wife whisper in my ear. It had been the fourth month of my young marriage, and I had no real job. I told her, “I’ll make a movie and make money, or I’ll write and get published.” Well, I had to sell the film equipment to pay for last week's water bill, and so now I sat at a...

Animals in Action

Fable
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Morto gazed about himself: he was in the thickest of the jungle, and the mosquitoes didn’t get any less, or more peaceable. One came at him from behind the neck, the other to the back of his right knee. No matter how many times he slapped or cursed, no amount of insects would simply let him be; he crunched through years and years of fallen leaves, avoiding large ant hills, and dodging heavy...

Unlawful Occupancy

Mystery
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Stepping onto his porch, a man observed the sign struck onto is door, saying: Unlawful Occupancy! Neither you nor your spouse has taken any vaccine! You are in direct violation of the New World Order! Any further delay of this precious procedure will result in IMMEDIATE forced inoculations! Be warned! Stanly, for that was the man’s name, seemed alarmed at first, then he observe...

journal entry something

Humour and Abstract
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I'm writing now as I slur my speech and spill rum all over the keyboard. I hopped onto a ship and now it's making me…no, that's not right. I'm in an office…yes, I look around, the walls are brown and there are plates. Yep, plates. Hey you! says a guy. I turn. Yeah what? You can't do that! I left and went over to a counter. A beautiful lady my age came...

Refusal

Mystery, Romance and Science Fiction
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She sat looking at him in the dull light. Above, cables slashed out at the couple. Their spaceship had been going across the nightly galaxy at ease, and comfort. He even had a case of cigars to keep him company. He was, of course, Dr. Goiler of the many, fast responders to various diseases that started to pop up on various planets. She was his wife. What more can be said? ...