(Lunar, Schnitzel, Monogamous)
Ladies and Gentlemen, please bring your attention to the left side of the rover.” The tour guide pointed. “Right there, see it? That folks, is a Schnit, oh how fortuitous to find one!” She pointed to a smallish thing like a tube worm only with legs. “They are a monogamous creature, as far as we can tell they are indigenous to our own moon. On all the planets we’ve landed on and explored so far, the Schnits have never been seen anywhere but here; they are quite rare.” Read the rest of this entry
Fly, Heart, Barracuda
The baby Greens struggle out of the sand and run a gamut across the sand into the surf. They follow the light of the moon, her gentle rays guiding them to the ocean. Sustenance.
Many of the turtle hatchlings are snatched up before they ever reach the water’s edge; still more get plucked out of the surf by all manner of predators. Those that make the open sea swim on, not knowing anything but pure bliss: this is what their kind was meant to do. Wish you could live the life of a Green Sea Turtle for a while? Read the rest of this entry
Moon, Porous, Copse
Dense fog winds its way around and between evergreen treetops. At ground level a little rabbit nibbles green clover, sweet and wet with dew. He watches and listens for trouble, the fog making it difficult to tell where each noise comes from. Not being able to see magnifies the danger, each sense is at attention and his nerves are jumpy.
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