Yung Godless meets The Faceless Void. The world implodes.
The "nothingness" that Frost fears is not the metaphysical void, it is the void he fears in himself. In relating this personal void to the spaces between stars, he suggests that a personal void can have—or seem to have—cosmic proportions, that it can seem at least as important, as vast and as frightening, as anything "out there." -http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/a_f/frost/desert.htm
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