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The Song of the Ancient Ones – A Mud Rat Mythology
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 38
Geborrin looked below him. The stars were still in their stupor, yet the world teemed below him.
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 37
Everyone will leave this world with me before it's last days have passed.
The Song of The Ancient Ones, Verse 36
Geborrin couldn't speak. Neither could the stars, as their minds were too engulfed in this new Life.
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 35
Geborrin felt terror again...
The Song Of The Ancient Ones, Verse 34
The energy that overfilled him left. Geborrin fell to his knee, bowing before Death.
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 33
Geborrin felt the lives of the Ancient Ones pour into him...
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 32
The spores planted themselves deep into the earth. They grew quickly, overflowing with energy from Geborrin and the Stars...
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 31
Geborrin felt his essence intermingle with that of the Ancient Ones. His energy didn't drain, though, it grew. Below him, the Great Tree bloomed.
The Song of the Ancient Ones, Verse 30
Geborrin felt them. They grew in him. The Great Tree below shook. It turned the winds against itself, causing hurricanes and tornadoes across the earth...