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Author Name: FreeLeilas 1 Comments
Date Added: June 26, 2010 23:06:55 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The superior of the creatures
Can you stop your being born?
Break hard ground with your bones?
Give life to an insect with your breath?
Foretell an earthquake?
Hold your last breath?
Build a wall to stop passing time?
Keep worms from a tomb?
Who are you?
A human!
The proudest, least powerful being!
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Comment By: Freeviv brady on June 27, 2010 04:27:31 AM Report
nice concept well executed     (though some may say with modern tecnology we can foretell an earthquake?)     : )


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