Space Falls - Poem by Michael Sweetbird
A star explodes sending shockwaves thousands of light-years wide
surging through and compressing a nebula's rainbowed grace:
oxygen and hydrogen join and are drawn by a pulsing star
bringing children of God to come in joy to stand
by the newest waterfalls of space.
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