Following a whim of Nature, the night sky had dived into the sea and, somehow, had decided to dwell there. Millions of stars sparkled in the water – a fluorescent illusionary sky floating deceptively in the depths of the Arabian Sea, just below the Tropic of Cancer. The waves lapped the wet sand, bestowing upon it the wafting imitations of the stars the way a mother leaves her baby in the cradle to sleep. The bioluminescent plankton shined, creating time-lapse designs as they rest on the shore, similar to how our Earth looks from space, when the lights turn on and off in ebbs and flows of nights and days. And then, everything would disappear till the next wave. And the next one. We sat and watched the sky being mirrored on earth in perpetual repetition.
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