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The Cursed One

November 9, 2013
india - statue of nataraja

india – statue of nataraja (Photo credit: Xuan Che)

“Father, why do we only name thirty-two Gods out of thirty-three?”

“Naming a God draws their attention to you and gives them power over you. The Cursed One delivers Ill-fortune, Mischance, Destruction, and Death.”

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33 words in response to Trifextra: Week Ninety-Three, 33 words about a God that shares heaven with 32 others. Emily

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18 Comments
  1. Why does there always have to be a bad apple. I guess it makes life interesting. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • emilykarn permalink

      It’s not His fault, His Mother cursed Him while He was still in Her womb.

  2. I won’t be saying that name anytime soon then.

    • emilykarn permalink

      Good idea, don’t want anything bad to happen to you.

  3. Good one. I mean the bad one. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. There has to be a bit of balance, right? Enjoyed reading this. Thanks for linking up and don’t forget to come back and vote!

  5. This is a very philosphical entry.. love it.

  6. This makes total sense to me. Keep that last one nameless.

  7. KymmInBarcelona permalink

    I am a firm believer in hiding good things from the gods!

  8. Ah,the nameless ones-always the worst!;-)Great writing:-)

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