Treeless World

The harvesting machine lay rusted and broken upon the graveyard of trees. Ghosts whispered of the great forest that had been destroyed for things that weren’t truly needed. They mourned everything they had squandered away, wishing they could bring back clean air and rain.

By Ashley Houston

I wrote this very short story for VSS365 on Twitter back in October. The word prompt was machine.

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