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Solar's Sting

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Solar's Sting

Rough as sandpaper,
yet fair as fine flour,
a troop of tiny
trail on a tender 
terrain...lunar lane,

the collisions
on radiant rocks,
condense to form
...pale particles.

They are cool,
glassy shells
-abrassives

that clings
and stings

space

suits:

lock lungs
sieze sights,

the nightmare
of spacemen
on moonwalk.

A pollution
with solution:
it is tamed with magnetic 
rods.

Though the teary tale
that makes spacemen wail,
it blows and blossom,
in the Moon's bossom,
yet spacemen still sail.

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