Mountains and Rivers

Imagine the scene of a David against ‘three’ Goliaths.  A lowly court official having a speech of criticism for the Holy emperor, his son(the heir apparent) and his grandson, sitting regally on throne like the character for mountain “山”.  The rivers run through, even when it is insurmountable a most powerful monument dictating the trajectory every drop of water passes, but passes it will.  江山, the land the trio rules and will rule has its people, its river, soldiering on.  David 1, Goliaths 0?!  To Kill, or not to Kill.  Far from it.

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