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A black space filled with heavenly bodies,
Floating farther from each other every second.
Bright stars illuminate the murky darkness,
And bring warmth to the dependent planets,
That run around them endlessly.
The burning asteroids zoom past them,
Sending hard ice and debris behind them,
And traverse the universe.
Black holes are looming dangers,
That suck up everything.
From the large planets to the brilliant light,
Into its gaping mouth,
Of darkness and silence.
And the constellations,
Form the pictures that we want to see.
From Orion and his Belt,
To Andromeda and its galaxy,
That spiraled in the Milky Way,
Making dazzling displays of bright light,
Not unlike our galaxy with our eight planets.
Made of colorful gas and uneven rocks,
With one planet having sparkling blue water,
Covering most of the planet.
The rest of it is green lands,
Separated like large islands,
To form one large planet called Earth.