Forever then came like a battle out of a parade, chaos out a celebration, color out a prism All banded, separate, but one, None more colorful or known, a gathering of none, black as the moonless night, hovering above, cold seen but invisible as icicles on a caves entrance, utterances High and low voices forming no words but a guttural instinct and a glow from heaven Or below? As sects, theological participants disbanded became part of it all a half soul half soup conglomeration of writhing Arms legs and hearts unwoven their denominations woke up To stare at the awakening the unknown. Who knows what they said. Or felt or clutched. As they faded back into the cathedrals of dust.