Monthly Archives: November 2014

Looking Back

Having abandoned Philae to its fate Rosetta moves away, impatient to see The comet in all its charred-charcoal glory Once again: tumbling, Tumbling through the dark, A misshapen hole cut out of the stars Until the Sun’s phosphorous spark Bursts … Continue reading

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Philae Dreams

PHILAE DREAMS Dwarfed beneath Sun-smothering cliffs, Draped in shadows foul and thick as squid ink, Pressed on all sides by ice hard as iron, Philae now sleeps; Dreaming of a lost Agilkian sky afire with Van Gogh stars, Thick as … Continue reading

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