Trifecta Challenge – Alchemy, Week 72

ALCHEMY (noun)

: a medieval chemical science and speculative philosophy aiming to achieve the transmutation of the base metals into gold, the discovery of a universal cure for disease, and the discovery of a means of indefinitely prolonging life
: a power or process of transforming something common into something special
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Just a shorty here, having one of those days!!

In the absence of any past they came together, separation becoming irrelevant and unimportant, the connected urgency of their merging fuelling every movement on such fundamental levels as to render science and all it’s physical paraphenalia infantile, obsolete.

Obsession became connection; became absorption, and the principles of creation were proven once again as, time honoured and immemorial, they became one –  their song was beginning. It started softly at first, granted, with only a single part being played, but then it became a duet, a quartet… and soon inevitability took over, with the alchemy of creation orchestrating its own agenda…

“Honey, I think I might be pregnant…”

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