Flash Fiction: Day of the Ficus

A little tale from Wendy 😀

No Wasted Ink

Day of the ficus (1)

Day of the Ficus
by Wendy Van Camp

genre: Science Fiction
Words: 500
originally published: Far Horizons, July 2017 issue & Quantum Visions 6,  2017 issue

RECOVERED INTERNAL LOG – MCC-457:

“Doctor Pearson, there is a message coming in.”
“Dammit. Who the hell is still up there, Buttons?”
“I am MCC, your Mechanical Cultivation Cyborg. I do not answer to Buttons.”
“Where’s the blasted microphone?”
“Three feet to your left and on the table, Doctor Pearson.”
“This is Doctor Mary Pearson of the EPA. I thought everyone evacuated. Who are you and why the hell are you still here?”
“Officer Roy Hayes. I helped with the evac, but I got cut off by…those things.”
“Don’t touch them! Repeat. Do not touch the plants!”
“I might not have much choice. They’re moving closer.”
“Where’s your location, Hayes?”
“Third floor near Forever 21. I’m trapped behind the display window with…

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