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A Nebular Haiku

The elements that compose our bodies and frame our world were conjured in the hearts of stars…

X-ray/optical composite image of the Cat’s Eye Nebula (NGC 6543, Wikimedia Commons)

Nebula

We are kin to stars.
Phoenix. Rising from their ash.
Our dust feeds new stars.

Stars die. Medium-sized stars like our sun go gently, slowly, gracefully, shedding…

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