Nanomorph

Stage lighting

Copyright – Kent Bonham

Something was wrong here.

That isolation chamber wasn’t meant to be open for a start, nor was it supposed to be empty.

Where the hell was it, and where was everybody else?

Why was it so quiet?

Vik’s eyes scanned furtively around the lab for flickers of movement, ears straining for claws tapping on linoleum.

Suddenly he tensed as a scream pierced the air. Eyes wide, he turned and ran down the corridor, towards the school theatre.

Bursting through double doors, he espied the nanomorph hanging from the lighting in dragon form, mouth agape, preparing to incinerate the children below…

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About TheImaginator

34 year old sciolist living in London, UK. I like word games, writing, using Stumbleupon.com, kick-boxing, reading, and watching movies.
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27 Responses to Nanomorph

  1. Sandra says:

    I never even saw that light until someone else mentioned it. Pretty scary indeed. Well done.

  2. There are days when, as a teacher, one might devoutly wish for such a dragon. :-) Of course, I’m kidding, right?

    janet

  3. wmqcolby says:

    I’m still running! I felt like I was there. Thanks.

  4. Oh, I see…we are walking the same path. :D Great story.

  5. I, too, missed the light. Once you see it, the vision sticks. Thanks for seeing it and telling a wonderful tale.

  6. Good scary story. That would rank near the top for a teacher’s worst nightmare. Well done.

  7. Dear Imaginator,

    Now there’s something you don’t want to see in the classroom. But, while you’re here, could you eat that kid third row, left side. He’s been irritating me all morning. Good one.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

  8. faithsfire says:

    Love it! And that’s saying something as I’m not really into the fantasy-dragons type writing.

  9. Excellent piece of fantasy. Nice.

  10. elappleby says:

    Had to google nanomorph which means I got double for my money – a great story and a new word. Thanks!

  11. Dee says:

    Great fantasy tale, I’m still running down the corridor, in the opposite direction!
    Well done

  12. MrBinks says:

    Nice slice of sci-fi.

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