April 25, 2012 § Leave a comment

“There was a presence all around her, completely invisible to eyes, but to heart and soul it was astonishingly perceptible. She shivered. The room became a blurry impressionist painting of sundry colors; her head was obliged to bow, and her eyes followed suit. They tightly scrunched closed; the majesty of the powerful presence was unbearable. Tears trickled down her cheeks; she was overwhelmed by some undefined magnificence. Down she fell, her knees weak in awe; her soul’s intense desire to float to the ceiling and intermingle with the glory of it all almost won out. Suddenly, warmth surged from her very soul, traveling through every inch of her body. Something noble and powerful, gentle yet feared, was moving. It dwarfed her very existence in comparison.”


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