Before I'm dead, there are a number of things that I'd like to witness in my life, and most of them seem fairly attainable since I'm not greedy and have never asked for too much. But there's one that I'm not so sure about. There's one that is obscured by a persistent black cloud of such opaqueness that even the strongest sunlight might not have the power to burn it away. There was a shooting star that tried once, and he was the brightest of all time, though even his magnificence could not usher in a wind powerful enough to completely clear the air of the heavy loathsome thing. It was enough to catch a glimpse of what might lie beyond, shimmering faintly, but the effects were shortly lived, scuttled and burned, eventually adding mass to that which was massive. And it's weight becomes grea ...
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