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The Music of the Spheres

by Michael Brookes
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 20/01/2013

It started with a single chord, a sound signifying the very moment of creation. The chord still plays binding the music that fills the spheres. Now stretched by time it is a bass that can only be felt, not heard.

Strings play as energy coalesced into matter. Their tones start light, building into a crescendo as suns and then galaxies are born and fade.

Into the gaps wind instruments herald the birth and death of planets and all sundry of bodies in the dark.

And what of us? The moment of the penny whistle that has only begun to play.

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