I watched the ripple spread out, a circle moving away from the moment in every direction.
I can not change what happened.
Another drop struck the surface and the impact was breathtaking. The whole bowed beneath the one as an elastic crator absorbed the energy.
In a fluid moment heat was exchanged. Light.
A replica of the original, a perfect sphere, hung, momentarily, above the body, then joined the whole in perfect union as the whole rose and consumed the one. Ripples rushed out to herald the moment, which, now, was indistinguishable from other moments.
What ever sense of identity the one possessed, it was drowned in the act of coming together. The one was now whole.
Another drop. Another rush. Another ripple. Concentric circles colliding amidst moments of climax.
I can not see the end, the ripples. Their size grows and the moment of conception is lost among the waves.
As I drift beneath the surface I wonder if my moment of impact made a difference.