In the conglomerate of sinister clouds; there lay hidden twinkling stars,
Which emitted brilliant ramifications as the sky cleared; mystically illuminating the atmosphere.
In the dense clusters of green leaves; there lay hidden the incongruously
Which was thoroughly elastic with succulent juice oozing; and provided adequate nutrition to the leaves.
In colossal slopes of the treacherous mountain terrain; there lay hidden infinite tunnels; sequestered from acerbic rays of the Sun,
In which resided scores of innocuous rabbit; as well as a fleet of wailing wolf.
In the hostile fangs of poisonous reptile; there lay hidden a hissing sound,
Which permeated the ambience with waves of enchantment; indispensably captivating the attention of all animals in vicinity.
In the blistering rays of flaming sun; there lay hidden resplendent tinges of rich gold,
Which depicted its natural splendor; the mesmerizing spell that it had cast for centuries unprecedented on this earth.
In the ocean of sizzling lava strewn rampantly circumventing the volcano; there lay hidden crimson colored fumes,
Which painstakingly arose in the air; eventually blending with the firmament of sky.
In the diabolical silhouette of wild elephant; there lay hidden twin pairs of gleaming tusks,
Which bore their way vehemently through the jungle outgrowths; portraying their magnanimous glory to all.
In every rivulet of the intensely polluted stream; there lay hidden sweet mineral water,
If only it was scrupulously recycled; stringently annihilating disdainful impurities impregnated in its persona.
In the body of every little child wandering on this earth; there lay hidden the Omniscient God,
As immaculate as virgin milk dribbling from cow teats; with the entire universe distinctly visible in the impeccable mouth.
And in the eyes of overwhelming hatred; there lay hidden dormant traces of perpetual love,
Which was ready to yield; the moment you caressed and tickled it with loads of empathy blended with profound care.
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