The Spores watched all.
Eons later, the humans found each other.
They began understanding and therefore,
started killing each other.
‘God, Gold, and Glory!’ they shouted.
They enslaved their brothers.
Destroyed civilizations and erased languages.
The spores wept in despair.
They met each other behind the old sand dune.
One of them said, ‘Sister, This is enough.’
The other one said, ‘Yes! This is enough.’
They stepped into the sea and disappeared behind the waves.
The humans continued fighting against each other.
They cut down trees and hunted down animals.
They dug the earth and dumped
the waste in the ocean.
The Spores wept so much so that a huge wave
erupted out of the sea and engulfed the lands.
It swallowed cities and nations and humans and animals.
It cleansed the mountains and plains before receding.
Sun shone again and sea calmed.
Lands formed and mountains emerged.
Winds started blowing again and lakes shaped in.
The Spores set out again to form life.
P.S:- A poem found in the Book of Manu, which was decoded recently thanks to the efforts of linguists and ancient language specialists from all over the world. Debate exists over the exact period of the poem though most specialists argue that it is not just a poem but a prophecy. That we’ll have to just wait and watch…eh?