The Parable of a Judgement

 

            On the joy field many people’s came to compete, little and smaller, trees and “offshoots”, the copious grapevine too. 
            Many birds came too, which were competing in speaking, letting only the silence in the night, creating long mystery to the dream. 
            When morning rose, and the dew moistened the bed, the badger stood up to tell something about him.
            When he open his mouth to tell something that he knew more, the well-known gooses cried out that is their time, not the badger’s time...
            The badger gave up to talking and he retreated in his peace, letting the perfidious goose to flatter the bramble.
            The deer’s turn came to announce the Truth, but the cunning fox stopped her, telling her it was not her time...
            The deer stopped from its enlightening with she had wanted “to straighten” the world injustice, a world that gathers much hate.
            Also were stopped the quail, the nightingale, the skylark, the cuckoo, because many things had been told by the night-queen, the raven, and the owl and the wolf...
            The flattered bramble stood up as a king, to bring injustice in the world through his “careless” deeds...
            Summer time was not gone, when the fire covered the field, and all the cursed ones remained without the bramble king. 
            The bad ones were all covered by fear, cause the judgement reached them, and in the eternal suffering fire they found the “promised” place.

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