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Story three

Through the years the boy became a man that had already seen the world in his travels.  He never married because of his conviction of accused infection of the people.  The rules in those day changed ruler to ruler.  He was allowed to marry in his life time but not untill after his leader had died, he was 67 at the time.  The boy that had traveled did write a scrolled article that contained his opionion and explaination of the metors and the water but it also detailed the logistics of the war that happened on the island and even pictures of the way the warriors had left the bodies, upside down with flames or hot embers at the deads necks with iron post staked through their hearts.  The gentleman had a therory of an island with a volcano that fed eagerly and hungerly at the rotten humans that had been staked to the ground for three to seven years. He therorized that the volcano infect with the bacteria had leched to the jungle floors and perched its self to the under sides of the world.  The decription that Notradomus gave was alot like the article that the boy had written only to be published in the most private of scholarly clubs.

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  1. Date: 1/20/2015 10:15:00 AM
    Ruth, I can't find "story two" or, is there one? I am intrigued and don't want to miss anything.

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    Date: 1/20/2015 10:03:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    there was a story two but it was erased somehow this one is about HIV and its travel through time story two is about Ebola and the middle Earth
  1. Date: 10/22/2013 11:04:00 AM
    wow Ruth this is wonderful poetry, a mission statement, in it's entirety...