The Sun and Moon Myth
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The Sun and Moon Myth Ariel Tastasa
Long ago when the world was young, when there were no people, animals, or things. Simply a world and five gods. The first god, Brenin, ruler of all that was and will be, had two beautiful daughters. Caru, goddess of life and creation, and Dinistrio, goddess of the underworld, and all that once was. Each of them had a son, Haul son of Caru, god of light and knowledge, and Duach son of Dinistrio, god of mystery and darkness. But the golden gods and the demonic devils must never touch for all that is and will be, isn't and will not.
Indeed, Haul was fascinated with the world, constantly looking over everything that was, imagining what will and could be. Sometimes, when he thought his mother was not paying attention, he would sneak down to the Earth and play with the light.
Naturally, Haul's opposite, Duach, was unsatisfied with the Earth, thinking it was to boring, unfinished. The cold fire in his eyes burning with possibilities. Often, he would go up to Earth and create mystery, to think, and most of all to dream.
On one of their journeys to Earth, Duach and Haul stumbled upon each other, and just at that moment, their paths were crossed forever. At first they were afraid for they were each taught that meeting was forbidden. Then, they began talking and grew fond of each other, their differences making them alike. The spoke of times past and future, and dreamed of things to be.
One meeting became many, and slowly the two fell in love. The seasons skipped by smiling at the two lovers.
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