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The Great Attractor, to me, is not just a gravitational stellar anomaly,
it is a bond created by a small group of people in search of a little harmony.

The Great Attractor is a song that makes you think of the one you love,
like a message in a bottle sent from one of the shining point’s of light up above.

The Great Attractor is a promise that everything is going to be ok,
that when the sun rises again that new light will herald the start of a brand new day.

The Great Attractor is like an energy that you can feel in the air,
like the static electricity that you create when you rub a balloon on someone’s hair.

The Great Attractor is like the moment when you first see that special someone,
when you feel like you’ve been struck by a bolt lightning that you couldn’t outrun.

The Great Attractor is what keep’s you coming back for more,
the reason you return to a place time and again because it is somewhere that you just adore.

The Great Attractor is like the most powerful magnet imaginable,
like a force of nature that you can feel, but is incapable of ever being tangible.

The Great Attractor is something I live to feel, and dream to converse with-
an understanding that whatever has happened in the past you can always forgive.

The Great Attractor, the rhyme and reason we do what we do,
is all part of the synchronicity highway, and the event’s along the way that ensue.

The Great Attractor is everyone and everything in the entire universe,
the reason why we can’t just rewind our lives and go in the reverse.

The Great Attractor is the knowledge that what you see is not all that there is;
an unheard language that is spoken, but is unreadble even if you are a phonetic wiz.

The Great Attractor is what brought me to you, and you to me-
the reason you are reading this poem right now- which I really like, and I hope you agree.

Deus ex machina

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