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Tremendous  Legends Zeus the god of Lightning is known by all humans
As time flew and flew And his home was consumed by mankind's greed He had no choice but to become them His appetite altering  His work feeding him  
As time flew and flew And his home was consumed by mankind's greed He had no choice but to become them His appetite altering  His work feeding him  
Many say mythology is in fact, just a myth. A false presumption, a made up story. But, what if these ancient legends are actually predictions of our future?
Legend is his species Yet he sleeps for not being slayed Deep below, below earthen dirt Treaded on years after days Sound a-sleeping and sound silent, But vibrations have been felt
The myths and legends of long ago Were but interpretations of the time's human beingsAll stories, in any form, take root in real lifeAll stories, in any way, take worldy inspiration  
It happened all at once Like a blurry mess of moments Bubbled into one   Indistinguishable    I couldn’t stop it
Let us dance in revelry, Chalices to our lips. Immemorial, the fountain, From which springs forth the nectar of ages.   The clock frozen,
The weight of the waves relentlessly presses down Crash after crash, no air left in my lungs Petrified, no energy to lunge No other hope but to drown   But even the air of the deep
The only legend I have ever loved is The story of greed and a grateful sparrow. A man was honest His wife was full of greed He found a sparrow hurt and scared,
Someone died here Maybe moss grows on their bones They are forgotten Blood spilled into the soil Echoes the only thing that remains   They are long dead Maybe moss grows on their bones
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