|Kodomo no Omacha
Author: Rebecca Pierce PM
When she disappeared, things took a major dive for the worse. Mysteriously trapped and alone, the remaining titans must now discover a dark and painful secret that hid behind violet eyes and a child’s cry. XoverRated: Fiction M - English - Horror/Angst - Raven - Chapters: 8 - Words: 9,994 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 4 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 02-27-07 - Published: 11-14-05 - id: 2660870
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Author's Note: This story has no religious attatchment or opinions from the author and is not meant to offend anyone If you are, I apologize ahead of time. There is a crossover in this which will become evident soon enough, but in order for the story to work, this (in my opinion) must be added for later reference to the reader. I do not know where exactly this will lead, but I have a general idea. :) So any questions are welcomed. I don't guarantee I'll answer though. . . As for this, I will update when I get a chance.
Otherwise, sit back and enjoy the ride.
Kodomo no Omocha
In the beginning, people had nothing. Their bodies ached, and their hearts held nothing but hatred. They fought endlessly, but death never came. They despaired, stuck in the eternal quagmire.
A man offered a serpent to the sun and prayed for salvation. A woman offered a reed to the sun and asked for joy. Feeling pity for the sadness that had overrun the earth, God was born from these two people.
God made time and divided it into day and night. God outlined the road to salvation and gave people joy. And God took endless time away from the people.God created beings to lead people in obedience to Her. The red God, Xuchilbara, the yellow God, Lobsel Vith, along with many other Gods and angels. Finally God set out to create Paradise, where people would be happy just by being there.
But there, God's strength ran out, and she collapsed. All the world's people grieved this unfortunate event, yet God breathed Her last. She returned to the dust, promising to come again.
And her people waited . . .
Wait . . .
And continue to wait.
For one day, she will return . . .
And paradise will be their reality.