The whatever it was thing

It’s metallic structure seemed alien yet familiar, like a giant steel anemite. A fossil not from the past but the future, a future out of my reach and beyond my comprehension. I explored it’s surface unaware that I was perhaps being watched by it’s keeper. I could no longer ponder over it’s meaning, it’s purpose. People passed me by as I seeked angles that would make the images I’d keep.

The whatever it was thing

2 thoughts on “The whatever it was thing

  1. If I didn’t know better, I would think it was one of those. But they haven’t been seen around these parts since ‘they’ took over.

    I guess you got all the angles covered.

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