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What Nature Took Away

In the land of the inherently interesting, I sit above and watch the vastness of this divine story. Where spirits live in moving clay, and the clouds above pregnant with anticipation, and the green below our feet sings the beauty of a jealous lover. Where the head rules the heart, and love is for the dead... and the rush is now succumbing to a deluded happy ending. In the land of the inherently interesting, I sit above and watch the effortlessness that goes into destroying it all.

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