Who Are They: A Short Dialogue

“Who are they?” One of the two children standing at the beginning of the world asked.

The other grinned, bearing no teethed, and replied.
“They are the only two who will hold us when we cry.
They are the only two, whom for us, they would lie.
They are the only two who would fight for our existence.
They are the only two who, in their love for us, will remain persistent.
They are the only two who could bring us into the world.”

Then, the child that inquired said, “You forgot. They are the only two who will worry about us until they die.”

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