THE ALPHA AND OMEGA{Trifextra#81}


It’s the weekend which means it’s Trifextra time. Time for 33 words. This week celebrating Time itself. I’m including Trifectas complete statement/challenge here, not only to give credit to Eirik Solheim, but to remind myself, and you, that there is beauty peeking through this often shattered world….take a moment to enjoy the short video hopefully sharing in the gratitude and affinity I feel towards nature.

“We’ve noticed an ongoing trend of darkness and creepy posts popping up in Trifecta’s links.  As you well know if you’ve been around for any length of time here, we love creepy.  In fact, last year we dedicated much of October to spooky prompts and responses.  Someone even publicly commented on the fact that we spent a full month on Halloween while hardly giving the other holidays a nod.  It was an unintentional move that probably speaks to the kind of challenge we are. But in an effort to try to steer you guys back into the light and save the darkness for another month, we’re switching gears a bit this weekend.  This weekend’s prompt is to write 33 words exactly inspired by the following photo project by Eirik Solheim.  Each slice of the photo compilation is a different day of the year, taken from the same location. Here’s the still shot: ”

….AND to show how one inspiration spurs another here is “How It Ends” by DEVOTCHKA {my personal favorite version} , showing even if the ending is known that it’s worth enjoying the ride…

Here are my 33, titled:

THE ALPHA AND OMEGA:

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Beginning together, microscopic molecules.

Chasing, bonding, forming a connection, multiplying eternally.

Forming a vast network.

Invisible heart-strings pulling, spiraling.

Made of the same matter.

All different.

All destined.

Meeting again, in the End.

 

 

37 responses to “THE ALPHA AND OMEGA{Trifextra#81}

  1. Pingback: Trifextra, week 81: Keeping Hope | Rob's Surf Report

  2. I clicked “like” but I love it. Especially “Chasing, bonding, forming a connection, multiplying eternally.” I love the way you use all the physics references. Sitting here thinking about it leaves me full of warm and fuzzy vibes. :*

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