The Land I Rule response
One sentence that Rachael wrote that stood out to me is: “Even now, my constant tantrums continue to serve as a warning to the already frail and shattered souls which bear the scars of my punishment.
The Japanese people will forever be prisoners on this land which I command.” I think this is interesting because not only does it show Japan and the Earth’s relationship, it also gives the impression of a prisoner and a warden. This was a really well thought out representation of the relationship of two similar yet different objects.
I do somewhat agree with Rachael on the point that the Earth does give warnings to us. One reason is that we are on the Earth and many of us listen to the Earth and using what we hear we warn those around us but even then its not enough.
I look forward to reading more of her stories because her writing style is one that is not very common and its very interesting to read it from a different perspective.