A Revelation

Atop a lofty height

Covered in decadent soil

There he sat in in fright

Of terrible tenacious turmoil

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The seas lashed out in anguish

The skies, torn open, left to rot

All but a paltry remnant of land did perish

All he wanted now was to rebuild, but alas, he could not

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Salvation was beyond his reach

Superficial hope had faded

He became a parasite fouler than the bloodsucking leech

He had all but been eradicated

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Knowing those who did this were him

He ran and ran and ran

Light of life began to dim

He was, man.

The End

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