Their children the Citizens
In a cloud of madness, Clarity.
in the Ocean of Creation.
Gods are Born.
Thought, Feeling, mere existence.
In this churning sea first there was emotion and it coalesced.
Yahweh was born, Jehovah, God. And he was powerful and wise. but so too was his emotion, the stuff from which he was created.
and after his grand retributions, he realized, in the serene surroundings of the world forming around him that leaving to a realm all his own may be best.
Identity was born.
Israel, Egypt, Syria, Greece, Persia, Rome.
before united by emotion.
Now united by shared identity.
A Thousand years. These Identities begin to pass.
For only Death, and Emotion, are Constant.
A thousand more, the few remaining are distant memory.
War rages. England, France, Italy, Spain. So many others. And now Europe is born.
To the Joy of Earth, whose recent awareness is still tenuous at best, is proud.
Daughter Europe is a fighter. and her Grandchildren Warriors.
a New "World" is discovered. Europe through guile and might, aims to conquer. Her Grandchildren arrive, and the first phase begins, disease.
a reclusive Identity, a child of Asia who wandered for many cycles of Earth feels the warlike presence of his sister. But he is too late and over a few hundreds of cycles whole civilizations of his grandchildren are felled.
Before phase one is fully active phase two begins. War.
And it is brutal.
The recluses grandchildren flee before cannon, Musket, and Cavalry. Or they die.
The Recluse Weeps, even as he saves those that he can.
North America is Born on the same day. At the Same moment, South America Opens her eyes.
They Plan Vengeance.
Europe will pay.
War is necessary, but Europe's love for it would make it not nearly as useful.
No The Siblings America would take Europe's Greatest. Or, at least as much as their Grandchildren would allow.
Humanity was Rather Fickle. Perhaps that was why they, and by extension their mother and father loved them so.
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