The Greatest Love in the WorldThe Greatest Love in the Worldin Completely random
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Do you know what the greatest Love in the world is?
Greater than the romance of lovers,
Greater than the companionship of friends,
Greater than the ties of family,
Greater than the charity of saints,
Greater than anything Man has ever done.
It is all these things, and greater still.
It is a love we have rejected. We thought we could live by our own hands.
It is a love we have cheated. We thought other loves could satisfy this void.
It is a love we have doubted. We thought our great evils and pains were too much for it.
Yet it is here we realize...
Do not lovers oath to their union?
Do not friends stand by each other's side?
Do not families build and support each other?
Do not saints give gracefully to the broken?
Do not men grant mercy to their own kind?
What more this love, which is all these things, and greater still?
Not any sin we've done,
Neither death nor life,
Neither angels nor demons,
Neither the present nor the future,
Neither height nor depth,
Neither any powers nor anyth
When you see the Flash... (CCC)When you see the Flash... (CCC)in Clockwork Corpse Carnival
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Refugees or lone wanderers in the wastelands, for the past five years, have gotten used to the sudden bouts of thunderstorms that congregate around the barren hill that once stood the Hakurei Shrine. Though admittedly, they were less thunderstorms and more passing drizzles of water accompanying a fizzle of light and noise barely recognizable as thunder. Even still, many have learnt that the weakness was deceiving, and rather quickly and painfully so that approaching the wreckage was a terrible idea. There were no rumours, only recognition of one of the many tired souls, or what was left of itself, with less than nothing to even haunt.
Such was the magnitude of Armageddon Day, if it could drive a wandering spirit to something resembling depression. Or Limbo. Or whatever nonsense. Tojiko vaguely remembered that irritating foreign and Wicked Hermit talking about that, some baseless belief of that western religion she enjoyed criticizing. It mattered little - Lady Kaku had the gifted talen