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Yeesha's fifth Journal
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Written by

Yeesha

Location

On a cot in the second Eder Tomahn.

Pages long

4

Appears in

Myst V: End of Ages

This is the fourth of twelve journals written by Yeesha that were scattered around the Great Shaft in 2005.

Transcript of the Journal

I am sick of the Grower.

Oh yes, some believe in prophecies. that predict the restoration of D'ni - the fallen city of D'ni that will grow. There have been attempts before and there will be attempts again. They always fail.

Even those led by my father tried. They learned great things of the Made and the Maker. They learned of the Bahro, of the Least, and of deeper truths. They learned of Father and his wisdom in rebuilding and rewriting.

The D'ni city came alive again, for a time. The dead were properly buried and the living were properly cared for. D'ni took short, labored breaths. Sap flowed, though the tree did not grow, for there was no grower.

Even Father did not see then as I do now.

The Grower had not come.

I had not come

I am the Grower.

I failed.

And I think of myself as worthy? I am nothing-the failed child, of failed parents, of failed grandparents. How many generations must fail before we give up? Why do I try?

I have failed with the Tablet already. There are no second chances here.

And yet I long to hold it, and try once more.

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