Amanda Sharpe (amandathegreat) wrote in metaquotes,
Amanda Sharpe

And in the midsummer, the plague of the pollen was still a burden to Ana.  And she did kneel before the LORD that is GOD and beg to be delivered from this plight, but the LORD did offer no relief from her suffering.  And Ana did draw her lightsaber and with it she did smite all of the flowers in the land.  And in smiting them Ana caused the pollen to cease, and her allergies were at an end.

And the plants bore no fruit and they bore no seed.  And the next year the farmers had no seeds to plant.  And across the land there was no fruit to eat for man or beast.  And so man ate beast but the supply ran out.  And the people cried out, O Ana, why hast thou done the LORD's work and not thine own?  And Ana replied to the starving people, The flowers gave me sniffles.

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