(1926 / Prescott, Arizona)

The Universe

When this Universe was formed,
Hydrogen,Helium,Lithium and Beryllium,
Made the stars that the night sky is adorned
They exploded all elements then done.

Only way all other elements can be made,
So each of us is considered star stuff,
The Earth we stand on and air we breathe,
Fusion it is called making elements in a puff.

A puff of high heat and pressure to create,
All we see in our night sky,
Galaxies, Stars, Planets, all so great,
Nebulae that will become stars bye and bye.

All so happenstance from the Big Bang,
That created everything that we see,
A lot we have yet to name,
But the elements created made you and me.

Light travels 186,282 miles per second,
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