Missions

A crafted mission sends a pilot far into the vast blue, over foreign waters and through enemy territory. His metal cage surrounds him like a bird, and he lusts to be free with any means necessary. A layer of common promise guides him forth with earnest expectations for a world beyond. His reactive wit crashes his ship willingly.

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10 comments so far

  1. Sweet Talking Guy.. on

    Not sure I like the idea of this – crashing his air ship! But very nicely written and in at least two diciplines – well done!

  2. ThomG on

    The clipped cadence of this reminds me of aircraft crash reports I’ve read from the NSTB. This is much more creative, of course, but it has a certain vibe to it that I really like.

  3. Tumblewords on

    Hmm. A takeoff from a true story, methinks! Nicely done.

  4. pjd on

    Very interesting. I can’t decide exactly what’s going on. My interpretation is that his conscience can’t deal with the killing he’s inflicting, and his path to “freedom” is to release his mortal coil, so to speak. But I’m not at all sure that’s what you meant.

  5. Creative take on the kamikaze.

  6. noahthegreat on

    I’m not exactly sure what I was trying to write, but what you wrote about it sounds good. 😛

  7. Angel on

    Different, but nice.

  8. Daily Panic on

    chilling thoughts.

  9. gautami tripathy on

    You are doing great with 58 words!

    A Climb Through Altered Landscapes

  10. lissa on

    sounds great to me, almost sad in a way, it seems he wants to let go and die rather than trying to land somewhere


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