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Rated: E · Other · Death · #1743385
A poem written based on a Cause story with a little explination after
Somebody told me the world was dieing
Somebody told me the dawn had gone away
Somebody told me the good child was crying
And with that comes the end of the world today
Somebody told me the Caller has come
Somebody told me the Caller came to the light
Somebody told me he did what he's done
And for that we must kill him tonight
Somebody told me the good child did still cry
Somebody told me he said the end of the world
Somebody told me the Caller must die
And with his death we shall save this world



JUST THOUGHT YOU SHOULD KNOW
The poem is spoken by a person who lived at the time of the first end of Unended. It's quite truthful to how the Cause story's tell the tale, except a few things I edited to make it good, like the fact the Caller was not refered to the Caller until after the first end. The poem is quite ironic though, because the people really did think that killing the Caller would save the world, when that fact his life was the only thing that kept Unended UNended. Just thought I should let you know.
JUST TO MAKE THINGS EVEN CLEARER
I can understand my explination wasn't very clear. The Cause is similar to a religon (but not), the Caller and Unended are about the start of the next life. When Unended was still a living planet, nobody (including himself) liked the Caller, so when the 'End of the world' began, they were quite quick to blame him.
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