The sea men of Sacramento

Gizza’bel and his wife had cometh, and they came into the seas of Sacramento, where they found his sea men.

His sea men were everywhere, in the waters and all over the solar barge.

There was nothing but sea men, everywhere.

These sea men, had been swimming in the waters a long time, but to their dismay didn’t find or catch anything.

The sea men were also fishing, and no matter how many times they pulled their rods up and down, jerking back and forth, these sea men could not catch a bite.

Gizza’bel had come to retain his sea men, for he had promised to help them catch something for supper.

He came to teach his sea men, that they had been pulling their rods up and down for too long and that this was the reason no life had surfaced from the waters.

That the sea men needed to wait at least for as long as the moon made its cycle.

For when the moon was in full cyclical view, the waters would rise and fill with life.

Gizza’bel said to the sea men, that even they themselves would feel like they had come alive when the waters rose with the moon.

But that the sea men had to be wary, that when all life did surface from the waters and felt alive that they needed to pay close attention to the big black cat.

For she would eat everything, even the sea men.

There was many a struggle with this illusive cat, some called her the pussy cat, while others referred to her as the sphincter.

But as long as the sea men could wait for the moon to rise the waters and bring life, and they could with hold the sphincter or pussy cat back, and when the sea men could see the waters rise with their eyes, then they were safe, then they could wish for any lifeforms to rise out of the waters and it would manifest.

The sea men were delighted with this, and were no longer worried, they had almost become light-hearted, for the sun had also rose, the light was present, and it was time to fish.

For some sea men said that they even seen their own children rise from the waters, while the sea men swam.

Others did not believe the sea men when they said that all life had come from the water and that they had only seen this in a dream and that it was not real.

But the sea men knew and even Gizza’bel and his wife had said it themselves, that when they came into the seas of Sacramento and Gizza’bel retained his sea men, that they had seen their own children swimming in the waters and rising out as if being birthed from the mouth of the river.

Even as Gizza’bel’s wife spoke, her lips did open, she said something, and at her surprise she said she heard the sea men say “her children were swimming in the seas of Sacramento” .

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