The Universe / The Universes
You may not know...
...but from its beginning,
The universe was never alone or unaided—
A revelation that baffles more than it enlightens
A revelation spurned—
The unbelievers doubting—
The unenlightened scoffing...
...but from one thread to another,
The expanding universe never existed in and of itself—
Like a lone molecule bustling at the speed of chemical reaction
In reality, this world is one of many—
One in the endless expanse of the Infinitum
Where Time and Space are substantive, but never tangible—
Where the universes exist in great turns—
In vast coils and in spirals and in movements—
Lapping and overlapping and overlapping again....
And they are innumerable—
A multitude of multitudes of choice and possibility—
All that begins and continues and begins and continues again
Some are parallel...
...and others branch and stem...
...or divide and shoot....
And all exist—
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