The Year of the Flood - Saint Dian, Martyr Summary & Analysis

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Saint Dian, Martyr Year 24 Of Persecution, Spoken by Adam One:

The number of God’s Gardeners have dwindled in the recent years as the Gardeners have been persecuted for their beliefs. They take a moment to remember the fallen, including Bernice. Adam One talks about the oppression of the God’s Gardeners by the Exfernal world. He reminds the Gardener that Saint Dian loved all God’s creatures and that they should strive to do the same. Adam One believes that humans are addicted to bloodshed. Still, there is hope since the Waterless Flood is coming. The God’s Gardeners are currently hidden in a dim cellar and speak only in whispers. Then intend to leave at dawn for new and separate hiding places. They whisper one last poem before they head out.

Today We Praise our Saint Dian:

This poem is...

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