“Toona, look. What’s that?”
“Looks like a box. Let’s check it out, Moona.”
“This might be an airplane. Remember, we read about it in The Great Bookah?”
“Oh yeah, Toona. But, it looks suffocating. Complex. And, small.”
“But then humans were small beings a million years ago, isn’t it, Moona?”
“Small and stupid to destroy their planet. We’ve tried so hard to make this beautiful planet livable, again. That’s why the remnants of this airplane haven’t deteriorated with time.”
Toona and Moona were checking the crashed aircraft like a toy and decided to take it home.
A wrong experiment resulted in the end of the human species, giving birth to Mumans. A mutant species.
Mumans were a peaceful species and still growing in number. Here every mu-girl was born with her own real wings.
The mu-girls soared high in the sky with their new found treasure.
Word count – 149 words
Where Anagha and Lavanya encouraged Meha to go for writing a sci-fi story in our twitter chat, the writer in me took the challenge. And here I am. With my first sci-fi story.
So, Meha, if someone like me, who never even dreamt of writing a sci-fi story, can write one, I’m sure you can pen down a much more gripping story. Your pen has the talent!
Plus, no matter what I write, which genre I write in, my every story will talk about women empowerment and the importance of girl education and thier freedom.
This post is also written as a part of the #AlexaTheIncredible campaign hosted by #womenbloggerwb.