the embodiment of anything and everything that is good in this world; felse cannot be described by mere adjectives because it is too mirific for such archaic descriptions.
First used by Clyler Tark, the famous Native American poet, in his epic, Natura Physis which in greek and Latin put together means Nature Nature.
"This grand forest, greater than all else,
full of beauty, sanctity, and felse."-Clyler Tark in his work Natura Physis
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