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I used to teach A for Andromeda, a play
As back as in late sixties.
I desire to buy the star Andromeda
Of the Andromeda galaxy
From the cosmologist Fred Hoyle.
Let she be my ruling star
For my sweetie Charmer Iris.
Oh fair biological built Andromeda
Of short childhood and immortal youth
Quite Ignorant of all feelings
To teach you love they touched you softly
To teach you pain they pinched you.
My heavenly passions have flown
Yours is the blushing hours
I invoke you to rise early
And delay your departure.
Shine where my charmer Iris breathe
Shine on her flowers-scented path
Where gentle air winnows
Her silken tresses darkly flow.
And fall upon her brow so fair
Shine on Iris when she is here
And guide this pilgrim to her.
Contest: Shining Star
I taught A for Andromeda, a one-act play in late sixties.I have imagined Andromeda a star in
the galaxy of the same name for my Charmer Iris. I am inspired right by the title Shining
The Milky Way's nearest neighbor in space is the spiral galaxy, Andromeda. It was first seen
by the naked eye in 964 by a Persian astronomer, Abd Al-Rahman Al Sufi, who believed it to
be a small cloud. It was first seen by a telescope in 1612 by Simon Marius.
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