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It was stormy all night but it was just one of the many violent storms that plagued these land masses. The waves crashed against the shore like a giant hand smacking its child and this particular day another human body had washed upon its shore. Kunai Island named so by Chinese fisherman who once visited the island to capture birds to sell but commercial fishing had long since replaced that trade and known birds were scarce on Kunai. It was just a small uncharted island that both China and the Philippine government claimed belonged to them. It was just one of the many such islands in the territory which both governments lay claim but like so many others they were mostly small uninhabited pieces of real estate.

This one like many of its cousins wasn’t very big, but it was one of the biggest in this chain of islands two miles across and six miles long. In the last hundred years since volcanic activity had created this and other islands in the region. A variety of animal life had been dumped here; lost to civilization thanks too in part by ships that had battled the frequent storms and lost their battle with them. On this particular day a herd of wild horses that had been residence since the end of the last war. The horses stared at a familiar yet long forgotten once living thing bobbing in the surf. It like so many other humans and other man made objects and debris that washed upon its shores changing day to day.

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