Andromeda is an constelation of stars . . .


Andromeda, your guidance and help

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* Cascades of cosmic stardust

* building up, in big quantities

* Like a whirlwind of dust, particles

* Astronomer writing articles of celestial bodies

* Nebulous, fabulous storm pushed together in a chain

* Around and around, lapping in harmony

* triggers the next, together forever

* Impact, compact . . .

* The birth of a star, a planet of hope

* Genealogy bound, who knows?

* Historical movement a cosmic action

* reacting destructing the cosmic cloud

* But a new constellation of stars is shining so bright

* up in the sky twinkling to you

* The astronomer wonder

* Who are you; I will give you the name . . .

* ANDROMEDA

* Between Pegasus and Perseus

* South of Cassiopeia


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In the Northern hemisphere

At night time so black, call her back

- ANDROMEDA

Just for a moment with philosophical senses

And open your eyes and look . . .

Up in the sky ANDROMEDA is shining

And for truly, she is a bright shining

Constellation of STARS

- I am here for you, to guidance sailors

and to comforting you . . .

- Look at me now; here I am as I am

- Children of stars

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Poetry by Dan Cederholm
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Written on 2006-10-24 at 14:44

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Kathy Lockhart
this is a lovely experience. I felt it happening. : )
2006-10-24

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