THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS

A body of work. That’s all I have at the end. All of it in the past. What will the future hold?

I gave everything, at the expense of family and friends and love and finally, life. All to achieve the goal. The goal set by my leader. Did I do it for my country? Or for him alone? Or for myself? Pride, a deadly sin. I see that now. I will be remembered in the history books. I will be there, alongside my leader. History will judge me. Call it what you will: Nuclear fusion is the scientific term; others call it the Doomsday Device; or Armageddon; or The Destroyer of Worlds. It will bring death. Their bodies will burn.

History tells us it happened once before. They built it to end a war. Then they destroyed them all and banned them and eventually they forgot. Not anymore. My body of work will start a war. It will ignite the world. My leader will rule them, or they will die. This is the future for the human race.

I only wish I could be there to see it. Long live the revolution, long live the leader.


Written for #FOWC, hosted by Fandango on his blog This, That and the Other. Today’s prompt word was: Body. Click on the link to read contributions from other writers.


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12 responses to “THE DESTROYER OF WORLDS”

  1. This is brilliant. Makes you think!

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    1. Thank you so much, much appreciated 🙂

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  2. Well done and such a cheery thought as well 😉

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    1. Just me getting into the festive spirit 🙂

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  3. People need to stop playing “follow the leader” and think for themselves. 😉

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    1. Especially certain leaders! 🙂

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  4. Powerful, thought provoking piece. Its a futile hope that the world leaders will keep their nukes in their trousers. I fear one day one idiot will let rip and it’ll be game over.

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    1. There’s always that chance – best enjoy life in the moment, just in case it all ends unexpectedly! Thanks Mason

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      1. Agreed, You’re welcome, Iain.

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  5. Unfortunately, based upon human nature at its worst, the vivid scenario you painted may be humanity’s destiny.

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    1. One day, someone is going to let one of these weapons off.

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