Posts Tagged ‘Moon’

3 Moon Poems

July 30, 2018

Moon Park
invisible in day
starts stirring
as dusk settles.
Meet me my love
at Moon Park.

There is a place
on the far side of the Moon
that’s home to the shadows
that have been left behind.
They walk those moors
on that grey world;
itself a shadow
to a larger body.

Call me
the Moon poet,
and i’ll
light up!

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Moon Gazing

January 7, 2018

Volcanic Moon and Bombardment Phase

October 20, 2017

Saw this about the Moon having a thin atmosphere 3.5 to 4 bya.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/10/171009091908.htm

I always wondered why the half of the moon facing earth was so cratered while the other side was not.

Could it be that this volcanic outgassing was pulled out of the Moon by the gravity of the Earth?

Then, if that is true, does that suggest that the bombardment, was not asteroids as much as it was the Earth forcing volcanic activity from the near side of the Moon?

Then, if there was not the severe bombardment phase, we can move back the OOL (origin of life) to an earlier time?

Moon Poem

May 19, 2017

He made his roof
a magnifying glass.
When stars came out
he could touch each one.
When the Moon came out
he could gather stones.

Serenade of the Moon

February 27, 2016

Sit here beside me.
It’ll be here soon.
It comes out of nowhere,
serenade of the moon.

Night after night
it plays its tune,
the much celebrated
serenade of the moon.

First loud as a bell,
then soft as a loon,
the waxing and waning
serenade of the moon.

(From Writings in Science, a History of the Future,
A novel in stories, essays, poems and play.)


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