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Companion to incidence

The light diminishes to a shade of red that deepens as it now freely flows
Like chimes of falling icicles that fade away as they slowly melt
Without global warming from the collective consciousness there is solely a unit averse to abundant omnipotence beyond self
Strength is bonded in unity to overcome momentary individual vulnerability
Positive sign true growth shines through unfailing integration of the highly spirited that encourages creativity
Ennightenment into Natures lore in such surreal activity Allows the minds eye perception beyond the orbital's limited visually conceived horizon
An insightful awakening to autogenous cosmological concept spawned of an existential outburst, a temporal explosion
Surging forces reap swirling energetic quantum fields sewn to yield culminating celestial matter
Entwined multiverses of unlimited parallels held together whilst unimaginable distances apart by the magnetic charm of a Creator
On rushing macrocosmic waves collide with anti matter's explosive embrace forming order chaotically designed
In perpetuity this incandescent caress kindles to ignite a Phoenix to rise so magnificent and dignified
Wings display such enigmatic beauty whilst gracefully navigating the unknown abundance of realms wondrous in mystique
Utilizing stars as doorways to Heavens beyond visual and oral cognisance as each maintain a quality being infinitely unique

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Submitted by Hubbs on October 08, 2019

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