Celestial Stardust

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Luminous balls of fire and floating rocks,
cascade on lighting up the sky.
Oceans cover ancient valleys,
and rocks skew whiff and rye.

Fire, gases and methane,
balls of rock in a ring.
Light bounces off the rock, producing stars.
From Jupiter, through to Mars.

Black holes are far away.
The sun produces the day.
Moon produces the night,
both are pretty sights.

Look after the Earth, it is green.
It breaths life and for ever living.
As the stars twinkle in the moonlight,
it is the most prettiest thing you have seen.

Craters on the moon from meteorites,
Leonids and other celestial rocks, zip past
and the wonders of space will for ever last.
Deep in stardust just like us.

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