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A Starlet is Born

By Yabandeh, Maysam

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Reproduction Date: 09/14/20

Title: A Starlet is Born  
Author: Yabandeh, Maysam
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, General Works (Periodicals, Series, idexes, Almanacs, etc.)
Collections: Authors Community, Fantasy
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Publisher: Independently Published
Member Page: Maysam Yabandeh


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The story depicts a peculiar romance, less seen on earth. Our quest to understand the nature of the romance, also sheds some lights on the troubling relationship between the mankind and their environment.

Green aliens, the original residents of the earth, are temporarily living in Greenovia, a planet at the edge of the great black hole. They are concerned that with the way humans are treating the planet, there might not be anything left of it when they will return. To figure why humans are not taking care of their planet, they send a spy to live on earth as a human being. The mission goes wrong, however, and disrupts the romantic life as we know it. The alien romance, however, turns to be a key in understanding the humans' plan for the environment.

"Hi, I am Starlet," Starlet breaks the silence with an irresistible charm. "What is your name?" Dick remains silent. It is as he has lost his ability to speak. He is thinking very hard, but cannot remember his own name. The silence is getting too long. Dick finally remembers the flower bouquet. He brings it up with a wishful smile. "Oh, that is for me. That is so sweet. Thank you. They look gorgeous." Starlet closes her eyes, and inhales deeply to feel the scent of the flowers. The scent brings peace to her heart, a feeling that was lost to her. She smiles, and opens her eyes. "Your eyes, gorgeous." Dick finds himself saying that. This was not one of the lines that homeless Russell had taught him. He didn't even know why he said it. This was something inspired by Starlet's eyes, and demanded by their beauty.


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