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Isaac weaved his way through the humans. no one paid attention to him as far as he knew. But of coarse this was natural; no one would notice a child. He felt cramped in a small one's body, but he hopped that being a child would direct attention away his youth and his royal looks.
"Why what a darling little girl!" A woman, wearing a rather tight corset said coming up to him. "Are you lost? Where are your parents?"
Isaac looked around, then pointed to himself. The woman chuckled, then nodded with a goofy smile on her face. Isaac frowned, he hadn't predicted this. He looked like a mortal girl? A child girl at that? Angels weren't any specific human gender, but Isaac himself noticed his original body looked almost identical to a human males. He had even consulted with the Archangels, then agreed with him and said he was a male by almost all mortal standards. The only catch was he was sterile. This brought a whole new array or questions to his mind. But he pushed them down t
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In the War Angels Providence, War Princes where crowned one after another, and when this trend began many hoped that Isaac would come back, they felt remorse for what they had caused. But as each man died, and no war came, Isaac and the War Princes fell into a sort of legend, tradition held the land to crown a War Prince, but even when Isaac's name was forgotten many whispered about an Angel of War coming down to deliver them from the West.
Under the rule of one War Prince, the Providence had a time of prosperity, this led to many of the royals and nobles of the Providence to boast how their land was like the promise land God gave His people in the Old Testament, but the humble farmers who worked the land knew better. They gossiped on how some of the nobles had begun to become arrogant, how it was only a matter of time before the West came to take them. How no angel was going to come because of their leaders haughtiness.
When the War Prince of that time pas
Once upon a land, in a far away time; in a forgotten country, ner mentioned in the history texts, there is a Providence small in size but strong in battle. This Providence founded before the thirteen-hundreds was small in the beginning, dominated by the other lands around it. When they discovered Christianity, they only seemed to be prosecuted more. But a King took up a sword and rode into battle with the land they feared the most, the Western Providence who found their livelihood in thievery and war. The King fought heroically, tearing down their idols of evil. Seeing this many people rose up to join him, they all fought this tyrant, and won. When they had won they found a man tied up in a temple, prepped to be a sacrifice, he was an angel. The King freed him, and the Angel told him he was an Angel of War, and that he swore by the sword the King held he would protect his country as long as sin did not creep into the heart of the Prince he chose.
Thus the Providence came to b
mechanici want to kiss every aching wound you have,
bandage your heart every time it bleeds,
and patch up your mind over and over
because not a single tear deserves to fall
from your brandy-drenched eyes
but this dripping heart of mine can only feel
and the healing honey words it flames get caught
in the back of my throat and on the roof of my mouth
so i only have these passionate guttural cries
to tell you that i care all too much
and in order to fix you up again,
i would need to tear myself to tatters
and trade all of my working parts
for your leftover, fading pieces
but i just haven’t figured out how.
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