A sea without a shore

Such had been the power of the big bang that even today, now, all it would take for you to hear its echo would be to tune an analog radio to the white hiss of static- there, right there those neurons trigered from the waves of air impacting your ear drum from the speakers, from the antenna from the immeasurable depths of the universe…the first and last heart beat of existence…with inordinate variation we’ve so successfully divided the world, that now, right now there exists even within you a division so well fitting you’ve forgotten its very existence…all it would take would be an analog radio to hear the source of the same shoreless sea you, everyone, everything had once been.

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