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Publication 655 By Arcadian on Monday, August 2, 2004 at 13:37   
Location: Australia   Registered: Friday, July 30, 2004  Posts: 63    Search for other posts by Arcadian Search   Quote

A solitary tone in the celestial vault,
so soft it vibrates and hums ;
inaudible at first, then intones as it
reaches a crescendo , it seeks and sees another tone nearby,
in the stillness , silent vast expanse of space.

A dyad is its life long wish : two tones,
to vibrate and resonate in unison,
to create something new and different;
a vestige of themselves to be constellated
in the harmonic spectrum.

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