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    dots Submission Name: An Alternate History of Civilizationdots

    Author: TheJadedCritic
    Elite Ratio:    2.23 - 3/6/6
    Words: 127
    Class/Type: Poetry/Misc
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    dotsAn Alternate History of Civilizationdots

    In a deep hamlet
    in the mountains of Switzerland,
    enclosed on all sides by
    the jagged rocks of infinity
    lived the first woman.
    When she looked up
    into the stars, and saw
    the ethereal sphere gallop
    overhead, she remarked
    how mysterious and
    beautiful was her home.
    The Universe, she mused,
    was a large canyon
    many miles across,
    and up above it raced
    a loop of stars and suns
    to keep her pace.
    She sighed and smiled
    and continued to work,
    knowing that when she
    was finished she too
    would be among the stars
    to gaze down approvingly
    at the home she had created.

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      Definition of hamlet
    : a small village

    Definition of village
    a : a settlement usually larger than a hamlet and smaller than a town
    b : an incorporated minor municipality

    My impression was that the woman, being the first woman would be alone, not in a village. Unless by "first" you mean the chief woman. Anyway, it threw me off this early.

    I like the concept otherwise, kind of a Gaia personage here.
    | Posted on 2017-07-23 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]

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