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What if...
every planet, sun
and moon
of all the galaxies
in all the universes
were each
but a single cell
of GOD?

What if...
each plane of existance
were linked,
like paper dolls
holding hands
and cut
from one infinite roll
of living paper?

What if...
we were a three-dimensional quilt,
pieced together
by power unknown,
but admired and revered
as a greater force
of highest knowledge?

What if...
wear and tear
and fathomless time
creates black holes,
and small rips
and notches,
tiny mars,
in paper and fabric?

What if...
we spent our lives
the flaws we can see
with love and care,
to bring the whole
of the sum
to completion?

Do we wait, briefly,
on the center-spiral
and keep coming back
to mend
again and again?

Will we all have to "be"
an eternity old
to finally see?

Would we flee GOD, then,
when it is finished?

And with a big bang,
start again?

Erin Moen

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Reviewed by David Leigh 11/3/2002
Brilliant Erin.
Deep, thought provoking. I often thought that maybe each planet is but an electron surrounding a necleous (sun) forming an atom in a cell in, maybe a limb. Infinate in both or all directions. Great read.
David Leigh.
Reviewed by Janice (Jan) Jarnagin (Reader) 11/2/2002
Oh, Erin, a very deep write indeed. I enjoyed this. A lot of questions here to be considered and make us think. OUTSTANDING!
Love and hugs,
Reviewed by Maria Lupinacci 10/29/2002
This is incredible!! Thank you for the invite to come over and read this!! I enjoyed this immensly!!!

You are really very talented!!

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 10/25/2002
a lot of depth and provoking questions throughout this. good write!!
Reviewed by Ronald Dondiego 10/25/2002
It takes a certain insight to see that the universe is both complete and perfect in the eternal now. But you know that. Loved this one and the warmth and tenderness of your style.
Reviewed by Donna Quesinberry 10/24/2002
a lot of depth here

very interesting the concepts you present

have to read again

thank you,