Fly

Fly

I stared into the starry night sky, my wings steady and stable. I as I watched the sky I was oblivious to the danger below… so many regrets followed that day.

My feathers ruffled silently in the warm summer breeze, the sky looked a hundred fireflies. The feeling of flying, I had felt so many times before yet every time felt like a first. I did a barrel roll, tucking in my wings falling slightly to the left. My gaze shifted to the ground below where my family was, and where I knew I didn’t deserve to be. As I watched the trees and brush skim by, metal. A shiny metallic silver was soaring near ground level matching my pace.

I glared down at the object. 2005 Drone-bots? I thought they stopped sending those after us… I tilted down my wings towards the Drone-bot and began towards it, it should be an easy fight right? The last-thought-to-be Drone bot made a jump upwards revealing it’s true form. Startled to see that it was actually a human in a full suit of armor I had forgotten to flap and dropped about twenty feet practically right above its head I jerked up when I saw the surprise on their face.