How Brashly Humanity Walks.

An intro that I once meant to build upon, but have decided I like it like this.

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How brashly humanity walks, unknowing that amoung them walk not prey like they, but predators. Predators in the same skins as humanity, the only thing distinguishing them being their minds. Their unfearing, killing minds – the tempests, fires and avalanches, the carbon monoxides, cyanides and arsnics, the loud and the silent, walking amoung the ignorant people, the ignorant prey.

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Hope you enjoy, please feel free to comment.

The Lonely Recluse.

~ by The Lonely Recluse on December 17, 2011.

14 Responses to “How Brashly Humanity Walks.”

  1. Very meaningful. Very good. I’d like to see what it leads to. Some sinister prologue? It would be interesting.

    • So would I, I once tried to start the rest, but it came out as nonsense and rubbish, so I deleted it all. Glad you enjoyed it.
      The Lonely Recluse.

      • Would you mind terribly if I saved it for my own use? I suppose it’s a type of plagiarism, huh?

        • If you want to guest post it here you can use it. As long as you credit me you can use it, I’d love to see what you do with it though (hence the offer of the guest post).
          The Lonely Recluse.

          • Hmmm… Perhaps. I’ll think and work on it and contact you if I decide to do anything.

          • I just finished the story. It’s a different style than I’ve ever written in before, but you’re personality inspires that stuff in me.

          • I’d definitely love to read it, you should have my email, if not I’ll email you. Yeah, considering I was one of the people described in this, I can understand that my outlook on life may affect others writings when they use me as a reference.
            The Lonely Recluse.

          • What I mean by that is it was morbid. Downright morbid. But it turns around in the end. I’ll email you.

          • That’s what I meant. I’ve been called morbid, or dark, or similar, plenty of times before, so I know that I can probably have that effect on other people. That’s what I meant in my previous comment.
            The Lonely Recluse.

          • Got the email. I’ll post your guest post soon. I enjoyed your view on it. As a guess she’s more one of the first three rather than the last three, she blew out – not everyone does.
            The Lonely Recluse.

  2. It is true. Brash. A good descriptor. I like the way you have painted the picture. Apt!

  3. Ooh! Intriguing intro, Recluse.
    I does stand well on it own, yes, but I also love ti see where this leads.

    • Thank you for your kind words. I actually have one guest post continuation of this intro, but I’m tempted to both open it up to other guest posts, and to write a few continuations myself, because the intro could be taken in so many different ways by so many different people inspired by so many different muses.
      The Lonely Recluse.

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