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Another Story of the Day

When the world was young and no stone tree was yet sprouted in the cave,
the gods got bored of the endless night.
They decided to create the day, and assigned the Earth devise and practice of the way.

The Earth forged a shining sphere out of buried stones and flowing fire,
and people called it Sun.
Everyday he made Sun to make sure they have enough, and fired it to the sky.

After a brief moment of joy for the coming of the Age of Day,
the gods had to find the way to protect trees and firstborns from burning by too many suns.
They assigned the Mountain devise and practice of the way.
Everyday, the Mountain fired the arrow to shoot down the sun when it reached the highest sky.

That's how we remember a day.