Satire Fiction posted May 22, 2020

day 20

Now you see me, now you don't

Today was Day 20 of lock-down and here I was, wondering why the heck I should stay inside, when there is nobody outside? I could just go for a long stroll, all by myself. Man, this is so creepy! Have anyone seen this virus? Does any one knows if it is a woman, a child, a man or a pet?

The invisible virus was mocking me: I am a plant, come and touch me.

I am a metatarian, so I can touch plants! I guess I am safe for now.

You think so? We will see about that!

The fresh nature was continuing its existence undisturbed. With every step I was more confident, that this virus doesn't exist and it's all a scary story to ruin our lives and hit our egos in the most precious myth: freedom! This is worse than communism. At least there you were locked inside your country, but had the liberty to go everywhere, anytime.

I think this is the beginning of the end. That is how everything starts: first they lock you in, and let you starve, and thereafter at the end 666, take the tag and go! In this case, take the vaccination and become a programmable zombie and commit the 5G genocide war. No, you see me, now you don't - kaput!
Come and get me, I don't want to be your tool of destruction! I prefer to go on my own terms. It's Day 20 and I am bored to death! Weed, anyone?

Day 20 writing prompt entry
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Write a Flash Fiction (250 words. Title not included in count ) beginning with the sentence 'Today was Day 20 of lockdown and here I was.' Continue on telling a fictional tale of lockdown-beginning/middle/end.)
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