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They split the sky above the heads of men who looked up from the end,
They tore the night's cessation and touched the ground
The two cattle trembled and stood up and looked at them.
Thunder, lightning, hurricanes, and tornadoes were raging Came,
They had come to give the final announcement of a superpower,
To announce that the beginning and the end of life are the same.

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The message from the mother nature

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Written on October 05, 2021

Submitted by bonnymleo on October 05, 2021

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