A Universal Fabric

Matthew Ellis
The Junction
Published in
1 min readJan 15, 2019

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The infrared universe, from the outside, looking in…

Deeper than any indigo sea

Wider than the largest celestial galaxy

Is the linking web which conjoins life

Whether it be a man and his wife

Or two strangers separated by thousands of miles

We are all connected in a universal way

This connection between lives

Happens to go unnoticed by most

However it is something that all

Are capable of perceiving

But this perception is only comprehended

By a lone few who sense our universal connection

Discerned by all or none, we are still unified

By a link impossible to hear, see, or touch

It sprawls the universe, entangling infinite threads

Which weave endlessly through space

Creating the ever-changing fabric

That binds all of mankind.

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Matthew Ellis
The Junction

Interdisciplinary Innovator. Spreader of Smiles. Staying Awesome, one day at a time.