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the grave of infinity

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the grave of infinity

God moves a universe 
like a child playing marbles...
Holds the shooter 
between the thumb and index finger,
at the speed of light planets collide
galaxies whirl in a sea of miracles
shattering the taw called impossible.
Colors explosions- space and time
expanding contracting breathing exhisting
a billion years dancing without witness...
planets blue planets green-planets 
in the beginning
planets at the end
planets full of living-planets filled with death...

the great contraction comes
everything that ever will be 
and that ever was...
the voices the footsteps
the wars and loves
everything layed  out before 
(on the rosary of god)
hail mary full of grace
take us to infinity,
infinity's pristine
grave.

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