TLT: Condemned

TLT week six - people at Tate Modern

After centuries of studying humans from his home planet of Brezgon, King Tharsis had had enough of their viciousness, deceit and arrogance.

Although the Queen begged him to reconsider, citing examples of selflessness, courage and hope, he refused.

Memories wiped clean, now everything on Earth would be colourless and dreary, with humans cursed to live a robotic life, void of freewill.

Written For Three Line Tales

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Author: Ugly Aphrodite (Available on Amazon Kindle) Ah, the need to get your thoughts out there! Happy reading folks!
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9 Responses to TLT: Condemned

  1. Madeeha says:

    Deep and well crafted lines. There’s tension and there’s action in your story and moreover there’s a tragic end to this narration.
    The intelligent use of very words of colorless, dreary and robotic life is really appreciable.
    Very nice piece of writing 🙂

  2. Wow! Great 3 line tale!

  3. mandibelle16 says:

    Interesting lines. No free will. Would we realize we didn’t have it? Or would it just be a normal thing to humans from there on after, that they do what they are commanded/told.

    • swritings says:

      I don’t think the majority would ever realize it, but there just might be people who feel as if something’s off, as human beings are naturally created with freewill! 🙂

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