The Moses Field copyright 2012 Ilyan Kei Lavanway

spider web image by rochelle wisoff fields photo prompt the moses field madison woods friday fictioneers flash fiction, This image of spider webs is provided by Rochelle Wisoff Fields as the photo prompt for the September 14, 2012 Madison Woods Friday Fictioneers 100-word flash fiction challenge. My contribution is titled The Moses Field and is posted on my wordpress blog at

“The caves of central Missouri, Sir. You need to see this.”

Taggart Romney, Constitutional American President, answers his Mormon Science Advisor with an onsite visit.

“Strangest airplane, Sir. Piston engine. Frictionless surfaces. No oil, fuel, or coolant systems.”

Three taps on the obsidian-black fuselage. Its surface becomes an interactive display.

“Whole plane’s made of symbiotic nano-fibers. Intelligent spider silk. Fibers respond to thought. Engine intake and exhaust ports are annular. No valves, just force fields that turn on and off instantaneously. When on, they hold back cylinder pressures like…”

“Like Moses held back the Red Sea.”

“How’d you know, Sir?”

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About Ilyan Kei Lavanway

Ilyan Kei Lavanway is an independent LDS author and publisher. He writes fiction and non-fiction that will blow your mind and resonate with your soul, expounding timeless principles of truth. Much of his writing contains concepts that are unfamiliar to many readers. Lavanway aims to impart eternal perspectives to his readers while also providing evocative and stirring entertainment. If readers come away with only neutral opinions after reading his work, Lavanway says he has not done his job. If readers come away without questions they have never before asked, Lavanway again says he is not doing his job.
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11 Responses to The Moses Field copyright 2012 Ilyan Kei Lavanway

  1. Very good story! Reminds me of an X-files episode 🙂 I loved X-files.

  2. bittercharm says:

    Oh common! i need to know more!
    very well written. Thank you for sharing.

    Mine is here…

  3. What a fun ride! Thank you.

  4. I’d like to see what this plane looks like. Fascinating.

  5. oldentimes says:

    I really like this, now PLEASE tell us more! 100 words is not enough,

  6. Very intriguing 100 words that bids fair to be a nice beginning to something of greater length. Nicely done.

  7. Paul says:

    You are amazing. Every week. I don’t believe you make these stories up. They’re just too real. Even if they are fantastical!

  8. Good story – nice image of the craft. Intriguing. Well done.

  9. Wow, super cool! Very interesting take on the spider web…you take it to a whole new level. Very well done. I enjoyed this. Thanks for reading mine, too.

  10. dmmacilroy says:

    Intelligent spider silk. A finely spun tale. Moses and the Aliens. perhaps the Red Sea was parted by….



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