They came in the summer, it is winter now. They appeared in the sky, a ship looming over us. We went alone. There were disasters that came in waves. The first wave was quick, over in a day, one million dead. The second was a little longer, two billion dead, a disease that was way more advanced than our knowledge. They were smart, they knew how we thought, and they got inside our heads. You can't trust people any more, you don't know if they have turned, after all, just because they look human, doesn't mean they are…
by © Anand Chhatralia (0)
Avanti House School, Middlesex
Competition - Mini Monologues
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