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The Creation of the Tsunami By: Haili Threadgill and Annastasia Hurt-Moran When the Earth was created, Siblings of earth ruled in harmony. The God of the Land and The Goddess of the Sea, though the siblings were happy with each other, could not stand the creations being made in the other’s home. The God thought that his sisters creations were a monstrosity and had no place near his lush green habitat. The Goddess thought that her brothers creations were boring and unimportant. They were in such disagreement with each other that they decided that rules were to be made. The main rule that everyone in both land and sea had to follow was that the creations could not fall in love with the another, and henceforth the siblings lived in harmony once more. Years after the rule was created, A magnificent red bird was resting upon the water. He was enjoying the view within the shades of the water when a rainbow like creature zoomed past his sight. Intrigued, he followed the creature and fell in love with the sight of the beautiful animal.
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