I am the dreadful conundrum, 

Since time began, I have waited for you to climb me. 

Standing at the start of my base, you begin to climb me. 

It’s revealing as the petty humans fail, 

Rumbling could be heard through a long, dark, gloomy cave. 

Slowly you climb my slope.  

For weeks you have tried to climb me, 

But as you climb me, you are getting more tired as the seconds go by. 

It has been a long time since my armies of wind, rain and snow have not come at my command. 

I will dictate how high you climb me,  

But maybe you will master me, 

Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but some day.  


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