in the beginning

i had expected devastation

i had anticipated restoration

i had prepared for reclamation

i had envisioned rampant wreckage

i had forseen battered ruins

i had predicted violent destruction

but you have offered desolation

you have presented barren emptiness

and you have gifted me with nothingness

so i guess we will begin there

with the blessing

that only you

can create a universe from the void

real-ize vision in the invisible

or transform a speck of matter

with the energy of love

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