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Trisected

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Published: September 14, 2016
An ancient spirit
Affecting all of history
Is forced into a needle
And injected into a child

Three possible fates
Created by this act
The wielder of the spirit
Holds fate in their hands

The nerd
The jock
And the elite
What future will they pave?

In the first timeline
A bookworm gets the devil
Her submissive personality
Results in personal tragedy

However this phoenix
Rises from the ashes
And vows to fight
To prevent further loss

The nerd
The jock
And the elite
What future will they pave?

In the second timeline
An athlete obtains the devil
An intervention from a God
Prevents any tragedy

He continues to fight
Preventing any loss
He will save his world
At any cost

The nerd
The jock
And the elite
What future will they pave?

In the third timeline
A diva receives the devil
She dominates him easily
Putting herself in control

Controlling everyone around her
This seems to be the best fate
Until her control causes
Someone to perish

The nerd
The jock
And the elite
What future will they pave?

Holding the world
In their hands
Their actions will
Create a new tomorrow

Similar people mirroring
Actions between timelines
The responses of the heroes
Will determine despair or hope

Can these three siblings
Possibly create a utopia
That will save all of
Humanity?
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