Out of the darkness appeared a microscopic green glow. I was so fixated on this small dot that clung to nothing. What seemed like seconds, but in reality, multiple eons it would change in color from green hues, to blue and with each hue change its glow began to expand almost an instantaneous effect like it was blinking at me. Through this constant cycle, I only had one question attached to the random, yet fascinating beauty was, what was I witnessing? As it grew the blinking turned more like a beat and with each beat it sent an arm, one that was invisible, but I could see expansion, because a dot of green would glow in that place of darkness. And before too long, there were millions-- no, billions of glowing colors and growing glows beamed brightly and before too long they surrounded me. I could see and I could think, but I had an invisible form. Where was I? What was I? And what was I witnessing? Pretty soon I had so many questions that couldn't be answered. Questions that extended far past the boundaries of the tiniest, greenest and farthest glow that was once blinded in darkness. The glowing began to blur together and eventually became dark and I was unhappy, yet at peace, although many questions were still unanswered.
The darkness began to come into light and while I had been blinded by its darkness, the glowing and growing colors began to show and they had expanded even father out in that split second that I could not see, yet I could count how many there were and new which one was made first all the way up to the one that had been made last. I had in fact, remembered their cycle and quickly realized it was me that made them all and put the never-ending, always-expanding cycle in motion. And it gave me a sense of pride because of my power. Now my question that I had not answered was, what was the limitation to my power. If I had made these glows, I could certainly name them. And one by one I did. but as a whole, I named them all stars. And I experimented with their colors and their sizes. I have many a purpose and I loved each and every one of them. And some stayed in the darkness for eons, depending on the color and its heat. And it always made me sad to see one disappear into darkness, but I always extended the beat of one star to make another on to take its place.
Some times blue, or green, red, or yellow.. I always thought my stars were beautiful and perfect, although I always favored the yellow. Its size and heat were perfect to me. I could control their size and color of each of my beautiful stars. And one of them I grew to a size that out glowed, out sized and made its components more potent than any star I had ever made and I kept it in the same place in the darkness for its beauty out-shown the rest. And I watched my stars in amazement and amusement, but my power longed to create things, in this darkness, that carried the same beauty as I beheld in my stars. One thing different, the blur never came and neither did my blindness and so I could constantly watch my beautiful stars expand and become different colors and continue to name them and remember them in the order in which they appeared to me. Everything was right and good and most beautiful.
I named the light from the darkness, and although I never became blinded, I knew darkness would come for my stars, for they only had part of my power to see and not all of my power to see. They were only a part of me, not all of me. I picked a star closest to my giant yellow star and brought it toward me to see my beautiful star creation. Why did it glow, how did it glow? As it neared, I realized it was just as big as my giant yellow star but it was blue. A perfect shade of blue. I concentrated on it and the star began to beat and I watched in awe as the once blinking effect turned into a ripple. I began to count its mark in time. And on the seventh mark, the ripple would permanently sever itself from my beautiful star and the circle stayed close but lived entirely disconnected from my beautiful blue star. I pulled the circle that resembled a perfect ring, when it disconnected from its center of the star, it grew cold and frozen but never changed its color. I played around with its size. I traced around the blue ring only set it ablaze-- a ring of fire. And withing moments my ring went from a solid to a liquid state, but the fire still continued till my ring became solid and hard. It changed color right before me. I thought that my star had died and I began to wipe away its color, only realizing that my ring had gone flat, but, it twas still very much there. Its components had changed but a light blue hue still laid around it. I looked down upon it and wept. What was this liquid landing on this flat surface. I realized once it went though the light blue ring this liquid that resembled my stars, became flat as soon as it touched the flat surface. Where the color was gone, the liquid changed the surface color. I wanted to see this creation from from all its corners at once, as a flat surface, it was hard to see where it began and the the light blue ended. I knew in order for me to see it all at once, I had to spin it at a very rapid pace. I concentrated on this flat surface and let my powers extend as far as they could. The surface began to spin and the faster it did, the flat surface began to take shape and resemble my beautiful stars and the liquid that poured from me taking in these beautiful colors and scattering them about with heat with such a high degree that my star had been petrified to a hot, ashy surface that sent a chain reaction that made its temperature rise until at its center a red glow so hot it spun in the opposite direction that never became a hard surface, yet wasn't made like my beautiful stars were, but resembled the liquid I made that touched its surface only it was translucent and it was a lot thicker. The heated glow began to ascend to the surface it didn't grow instead it scattered in all different directions. It would stream upward and break off into branches, much like my powers did when my powers did when my beautiful stars were born.
I quickly realized this was happening, because my powers were letting it happen. This cycled continued until my creation had so many shapes and sizes. A rippling effect so strong and so forceful, sent this red, thick liquid bursting through, sending the liquid miles and miles past the colorful ring and they cooled instantly in my darkness, but a force so mighty started to pull these objects back down to its surface, landing in one area, while the giant-sized holes surrounded it. As my creations hit its surface, it created such a vociferous rumbling noise so great, I realized then, I could have sound. The noise was so beautiful as I looked upon this surface from above it. The liquid came and descended to the surface, filling only the massive holes my star liquid made during its forceful fury. I used my power and brought to me a green and blue star. I could see my creations beauty, but they looked the same. I wanted to see these things separately, so I crushed the green star and sent it sprinkling down to cover the surface that was solid. And crusted the blue star and scattered it to color the liquid. I successfully divided them. I knew what my power could do, but I still didn't know what my powers limited to. I looked on in amazement. I had divided the light from the darkness for my stars, divided a solid surface from a liquid, all by changing their colors. My beauties were complex, but creating them was simple. I realized that this creation was also a part of me and that part of me would power this chain reaction that would consistently change its surface. And whatever it needed to make this powerful reaction would let it happen. I knew what beauty I wanted it to have and in order for it to create that, I sent this chain reaction into motion and watched from above it as it spun and hung on darkness so I could watch from above it and be happy and proud. Weeping every so often to keep the liquid plentiful, because the contrast from the green and blue was much more vibrant next to each other. I loved my creations and would do anything in my power to keep them beautiful and creating. and I watched and heard everything and it was all so beautiful.