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Portland may have inspired the legend of Jesus Christ living an eternity as a dimensional being seen by humans only in the dark and felt in their faith of Portland's song and dance. And Portland's song and dance spread faith of peace and love millenniums ago inspiring humans to once again accept each other as people. Until Minister, an evil blood feeding dimensional fiend, inspired the people to crucify Portland and altered Portland's song and dance from faithful love of life to faithful fear of a bloody Second Coming. As Minster spread its lies of song and dance being a sin to provoke Portland to reveal itself again, the humans' faith of a Second Coming births a dimensional being from Portland. Now, Portland wants to die while killing Minister freeing the humans from a Second Coming by freeing their dimensional spawn Sun from the dark faith and the blood path to being human, a person. As Portland sits at the bar waiting for Minister to arrive while Minister seeks to control Portland, their spawn Sun births from a blood cocoon.

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  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: 07 June 2012
  • Publisher: Word Prostitute
  • Print Length: 175 Pages
  • Language: English
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