FSF – Five Sentence Fiction – “The Man Who Did Too Much” – PG13 – 11/28/2013

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It’s time, once again, for Five Sentence Fiction, hosted by Lillie McFerrin.

This week, the prompt: Humans.  Entries will write a full story in five sentences.

After reading my entry below, click > HERE < to see them all.  Enjoy!

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The Man Who Did Too Much

By Scott L Vannatter

11/28/2013

He showed them Earth, the Moon, the continents, the flowers, the mountains, the countryside, the huge mega-cities, and, most of all, the minds, the souls, the history of the humans.

Supreme Overseer Grotzog lifted a tentacle in praise and admiration as did the entire Council before he spoke to the small creature standing on the central pedestal before them.

“You have shown us such vastness in your imagination and your ability to project your thoughts to all of us at once that we are overly-impressed and recommend your act to the Celestial Circus of Cosmier.”

“But, I am not acting as this is truthfully what transpired with that race over one hundred thousand years ago,” he stated.  But seeing they did not believe, Argamien, the last of the human species, teleported to a nearby habitable planet to live out his days in unknown recognition.

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Namaste,

Scott

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  • Robin Leigh Morgan  On November 29, 2013 at 4:31 am

    Hi Scott.

    As I sat, beginning contemplate what to write, a song from the youth began to play in my head, which I feel could have been sung my the individual who had been taken by the aliens to them as he told them the history of HUMANS.

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