Five Sentence Fiction: Learning

My first try on Five Sentence Challenge from Lillie McFerrin Writes prompt: Learning

nagasakipicture by Marion Doss (flickr photo)

The Visitor

He moved silently and unnoticed until he found the right spot, where he blended into his surrounding, ability perfected by centuries worth of practice, and started to absorb the vast amounts of information.

This world was so special, all the plants, animals, oceans (oh the oceans) and then of course there were these…humans, they were just so close.

His superiors will be very pleased with this one, he simply has to wait and collect as much data as he can before he gets picked up, which can take months or even years, but he was not in a hurry.

Worlds like these are very rare and in future they will have to be careful when interacting with this one, not to interfere too much but they can provide valuable lessons to help them evolve.

Although they were alien to him, he felt immense love to these creatures, these humans and so he started his report: Earth time 10:00am, 09th August 1945, small settlement called in local dialect Nagasaki…

please check out the other submissions on Lillie’s site…

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