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The Multipliers

from These Things Take Time by Cetus

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Multipliers drew the blood from the earth. Multipliers drew out a poison, devoured then discarded, and ignore as it incubates disease. Multipliers drew the blood from the earth. The multipliers set natural cycles in high gear. A premature ice age in just a matter of years. The northern hemisphere frozen in famine and drought. The first world crumbles under glaciers, under rivers of ice. This is so unreal. This is premature. Came to an end too soon. We accelerate into a backwards chain reaction. A reaction, almost sentient, icing over an infection, a cancer. We accelerate the rate at which our era ends. Those in denial claim a natural fluctuation, but this is too soon. What natural elements can you prove are responsible other than you? Are we natural anymore? No, we have changed. We gave the earth its cure. The conveyor halts. All hope is lost. We accelerate until we catch up with time. No way to slow, to adapt and survive. Maybe a century, maybe 50 years, but only a decade for it to change. We stand by helpless as the earth cures itself of this cancer. So will we give up temporary comfort for another cure or deny malignancy. It may be too late. I don't if we have gone too far or if anything can stop it now.


from These Things Take Time, released May 1, 2008


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