From the beginning there was God.
He was alone.
The void echoed with its emptiness.
In the vastness, God searches for himself.
Without his multiverses, he is incomplete.
He fills the void.
Matter and energy are demarcated.
Light and dark cultivated into nebulae and kindred entities.
He molds a creature out of clay, star dust.
Through breath, he forges flesh and bones into life.
An image entombs a salt of his own.
His likeness imprinted in the creature's core.
A spark of divine fire animates the complex vessel,
Creature and creator at last share mirrored souls.
Eternity finds its history; time, its space.