(Sender of Life in all the Worlds)

(Part of The Gods of Pegāna by Lord Dunsany)

Kib said: "I am Kib. I am none other than Kib."

Kib is Kib. Kib is he and no other. Believe!

Kib said: "When Time was early, when Time was very early indeed—there was only MĀNA-YOOD-SUSHĀĪ. MĀNA-YOOD-SUSHĀĪ was before the beginning of the gods, and shall be after their going."

And Kib said: "After the going of the gods there will be no small worlds nor big."

Kib said: "It will be lonely for MĀNA-YOOD-SUSHĀĪ."

Because this is written, believe! For is it not written, or are you greater than Kib? Kib is Kib.

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