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May 13, 2021

Tales of Covo

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Emerging was a gradual process; time had been consumed, stretched, and integrated in unimaginable configurations through the shimmering planes of awareness.

Covo’s identity was taking form in electromagnetic oscillations permeating the human realm.

Light and dark revealed themselves in more solid form, the vibrations once together now expanding and dissipating together intermixing revealing the realm of matter in Covo’s perceptions.

He was returned to the realm of matter, refreshed with love, the immersion that liquid light transition produced.

What time is it was his first thought, as the body moved with harmony produced from the biology and photonic cellular interactions? The device was tolling the sound, vibrating with harmonics from ancient times, the wake-up call.

Words came from the device after the call, the relentless sound of advertising the latest news.

Covax was mentioned, a new name in the rollout process of implementation, the COVAX pillar. Is it the only truly global solution?

Covo’s next thoughts have been censored.


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