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His Breath

A simple star
Shining brightly,
A simple speck in the universe
His breath...
An explosive being
No scientific bangs involved
Just a small command
To become
To be
To exist
His breath...
To summon particles
To present itself, presently
To come forth
His breath....

A spoken word
A Living Word
Words with power
Words are everything
His breath...
The Word was in the beginning
The Spoken Word was ever-present
Always been here without anything else
Always there, always here
Always been the foundation of everything
God was here
God was in the beginning
The Son was and is here

The first thought, the first action,
Was spoken through God's lips
His breath...
God's mouth
God's being
God's Spirit
God's existence was the creation
Without Him, nothing
A whisper started a galactic  chaos
A word created something from nothing
A comment made blackness
Into luminous light

A breath was all it took
His breath...
My breath is lost in the air
My breath is unattainable to return to my lungs
My breath is nothing
My breath is unknown
His breath eased through his mouth
His breath is the foundation of our existence
His breath is astounding
More than the most precious moment
Endearing smile or timeless age
His breath...
More complex than extricate atomic details
Or the simplistic beauty that radiates from true love
His breath...

A sound was the result of his thought pattern for us
A reverberation swung particles together
When He spoke
There was no option but to obey
The light had no choice but to come forth
The air had no say in living or not
The stars had no plan but to follow His voice
To twinkle in the sky
Even though some will never be seen by the human eye
Just simply for our admiration, adoring small radiance
The waters rushed forth from bleak shadows
Depth, division, deepness, intense pressure and fluidity
He watched as naught became infinite elements of matter

Who else can hold light beams in their palm,
And control it to go to and fro?
Who else could hold all the expanse of waters
On our living planet and separate it from the
raw terrain?
No complicated lingo
No scientific jargon
No profound mystery
Just know it was because of His breath
Now breathe it in...

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