From the very void that was never
a void, from the space that cradles
all of us extremely young souls now,
from the vacuum of all desires, came
forth a sound, a word, an initial utterance . . .
for the core nature of the universe is that
which is simple will always form into
that which is more complex, it can't be
helped, since atoms are atoms, little
rascals; so in this particular beginning
was the word, and the word was uttered
as a bang, the word was a bang, this time,
this time, and the word was the beginning
of time, this time; so then, now, much later,
it appears we are still expanding quite nicely.
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