"There it is..." Kristen said airily, "...everything we know... or... knew."
She smiled before lazily pulling her fellow goddess into her, closing her own lips around her friend's.
Kristen reeled back slowly, with a low chuckle, reminiscent of times she may have gotten drunk among good friends or love interests, but this was different, and she knew it. Fate had taken its course, and beyond, placing her in the grasp of the only person she could, no, the only person she should be with.
The duo had wondered how far their growth would take them, but as they neared the edges of the universe, it became clear that it wouldn't stop.
It had been easy to see them as goddesses before, but their power barely stretched past that of their bodies, because despite their strength being immeasurable, it was still bound to their physical presence.
As they grew, however, they seemed to ascend the realms of the possible. The first sing was their peculiar ability to breathe after outgrowing the earth's atmosphere, but soon, they found themselves reshaping comets, freezing suns, and all by willing it.
Kristen ran her pale fingers through Karen's silky, auburn hair, and lovingly scolded her,
"Tch, this is why I shortened my hair, now look, yours is all full of dust, and light... and stars... the lives... of... countless..."
"You doin' alright, kid?" Karen asked, taking hold of the hand that was exploring her hair.
Kristen's face heated, enough to incinerate a universe that drifted too close to her cheek, and she smiled sheepishly, giving a small "m-hm", before nestling her head into Karen's left breast, filling her ear with the thumping of her lover's heart.
"Your hair's glowing; I just think it's really pretty. But, anyway, what should we do now? All these little lights are universes, I think... I'm kind of at a loss."
"We'll do whatever." said Karen, before cutting her hand clean through their home universe, cleaving it in two, and before Kristen could react, she had already willed its shape back together, albeit with one change.
Karen had taken a universe, a boundless existence housing infinite forms, alive or not, torn it like a thin strip of paper, and used her new reality-altering abilities to weave its stars and planets into a message to her beloved partner.
The message was simple, but Karen had also willed its meaning into the souls and minds of all that inhabited that universe. The message read:
I LOVE YOU, KRISTEN.
Kristen was speechless. Not too long ago in her memory, the two had been bitter rivals, fighting for domination of their insignificant subordinates, the human race, but now, they found themselves in the space between creation, observing all that was, or ever would be, proclaiming their love in front of anything and everything. On the outside, she was frozen still, but inside, her heart and mind were whirling around as one. Before the two knew it, all of creation was spinning around them, cocooning them in the light of creation. Kristen willed it to sound like the most perfect music, look like the most perfect art, and what she said to Karen was enough to return the multiverse to its tranquil, passive self in an instant, save for the two immeasurably colossal Goddesses holding each other in joyous tears amidst all life, and all creation.
While they grew, Karen and Kristen met many weaker races that revered them as goddesses, but the only ones that truly could worship and love them as was meant, would be each other.