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The Truth


Author: Twisted
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In truth, this was just a short little doodle. Nothing important.


The Truth



It was all relatively simple to understand. That is if you had a complex mind, and understood complex things. Most people didn’t, which was their down fall, while others understood. All others knew what it was coming to, what was going to happen. Didn’t they? No, they didn’t, they couldn’t understand, couldn’t see the big picture. Oh, how they were blind! So blind they could see that they were killing and betraying each other, and not really trying.

That was how wicked man’s soul was, dirty and impure in this…you can’t even say world or society for they were not either, they were never, they were just there; inhabitants of Earth-that-was and nothing more. They say—claimed—even that though they were evolved from monkeys, they were the most superior beings in the universe. So if they evolved from monkeys, why haven’t the others evolve.

They all said we had envious eyes for them, which we never, but they thought they knew what they were talking about. They thought they knew about “other” life or “extraterrestrials” in the vast space of time and well…space. But they did not know, so there for their world was destroyed, along with all of those wasted life. Those lives that belong to greater power, that had, and was released. For the best of the history of this era did not matter, only the testimonies of those who were there and witnessed what happen, and the joyous moment of their destruction.

Oh, how I wish all of my past and future generations could see how they screamed and being for mercy, and others with that annoying trait of stubbornness still held onto, still believed they were the best.




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