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A Tale Of Cosmos - Part 1

etherial entities, Elsewhere and Elsewhen less than omnipotent but exceeding their parts abide in Netherverse, universal children intertwining potentials conceive child of their arts a difficult birth through a point of positions with a breath of inflation our Cosmos survives face lights up with symmetry breaking transitions a familiar fine face in the microwave skies expanding bubble within a where-when ocean two-way quantum cuddles along the interface to us, top and bottom, a confusing commotion to Cosmos, it's all around, warm parents embrace and Cosmos communicates with siblings and friends beyond overlapping membranes down massive black holes at centres of galaxies where light bends and bends re-meeting and greeting wild oceanic shoals an ocean of learning, an endless becoming made in the image of imagined potential and listen closely, Cosmos is faintly humming music symphonic with daring differential keeping a rhythm that fast-forwards down aeons then surfs the present and through time loops back fabulous instruments, incredible crayons sketch the past and future in one amazing track and our Cosmos is tuned to the beat of life empathy etched across a holographic mind sharing grief and joy, the world weary cries of strife the sheer delight of being, delirious and kind awareness arises and then consciousness awakes first galaxy focused on planets around stars life teems, dreams and dances as intelligences outbreaks escaping gravity's grip but leaving some scars for pain and exultation, they fly together space-timed, time-spaced, while smiling over horizons Cosmos listens, then learns, needs touch of a feather to fine tune core settings and cosmic liaisons the task is great, for the infant bubble may burst and then duly deflate to a point singular or forever speed out so flat-lined and cursed where, when, then... would learning be in story so far ?

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Date: 11/26/2017 4:02:00 PM
Deep and amazing thoughts; amazing write!
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Ian Love
Date: 10/29/2018 3:56:00 AM
Hi Carole Duet - thanks for responding