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A Guardian to All Mankind

This item is in the series Part 1: Our Timeless Savior

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O, John.
You truly are a guardian.
A guardian to all mankind.
To all of creation.

You defend us from the dangers,
The dangers of time and space.
From the unknown darkness hiding,
In the farthest reaches of the multiverse.

From the emptiness of the void.
From what lurks in the cracks between timelines.
An evil that seeks to escape,
Between the bars of its prison.

You are a protector.
You keep us safe in this timeline.
Out of harm’s way.
Thank you, John.
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