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Creation MythLong ago, the sea was such a clear, calm, and serene place, that its surface resembled that of a great mirror stretching from shore to shore. There were no mighty waves that tumbled and crashed onto the land. This was before humans roamed this earth, and clams did not have shells. Neither were they sightless, soundless creatures who dug down into the sand. They were called cyeiila, and they were fish, beautiful fish possessing scales colored more radiant even than the sun itself. They were the prized creations of the god of beauty, Aishuaelanaoniovembo, and were the envy of all the fish in the sea.
In the beginning, the cyeiila were contented with the way they were and the cool calm water around them, and with life in general. They amused themselves by making silly little songs about the purple seaweed that lay in heaps on the flat ocean floor. One of these songs, in fact, became so popular among the sea dwellers that its tune still lives on today as the song, "Mary Had A Little Lamb".
To Petrarch, from LauraCursed is the day he had set eyes on me,
For no peace have I since that day and on.
Harassing me with sonnets most sappy,
Almost to the point where they just sound wrong.
With his rhymes he is obviously pleased,
And words that seem to have come from his heart,
I wonder what heart could be so diseased
As to cast me into such discomfort
I am telling him to leave me alone,
I have no interest in the stalking creep.
Though I'd very much like to pick a bone,
I think he's not worth it, I'd much rather sleep.
Though I have to say he's a good writer,
I think the rhymes of Shakespeare are better.
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