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It was just passed full Moon, with the Earth between the Moon and the Sun. Pressures built up from gravity applied by each one. The Earth's crust wanted to twist and turn. Sitting in my house and looking outside, the ground was rolling like an flowing tide. The Earth was moving as the Moon seem to shift like a cloud in the sky. Swaying to and fro as the wind passed it by. It was an Earthquake, that was the reason why, the ground seemed to roll and the stars shifted In the sky. It was a 4.5 quake, time...

Nothing there seems to be so beautiful, amazing, so vivid as here, the place we live in, which we still don't know everything about (un)fortunately However, we are not the only children of stars, as a lot of, no less or even more, astonishing inhabitants can be found amongst them There, from opposite edges, space-time stretches forming the fabric of the Universe or multiple ones following the string theory being for many something beyond imagination All of this makes us the explorers of the past, counting hundreds of years we call the light ones, without any knowledge what's happening now...

Watch as the innermost planet, Mercury, appears to glide silently across the disk of the sun on November 11, 2019. Known as a transit, this is a special celestial event! Astronomers Without Borders is planning several events for that date. Check out this link: https://astronomerswithoutborders.org/awb-programs/community-based-programs/mercury-transit-2019.html We would like to post as many Mercury-related poems as possible before November 11. If you are inspired to write something, please send it to us at: [email protected] Comments You need JavaScript to be able to post comments You need to be logged in to leave a comment Click Here to Login