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HUBBLE’S GAZES ©

Baba
Stewarton, Scotland
2004

Heavenly bodies that we spy
Up above our cloudy sky
Bring to life our night time view
But we can only see a few
Like to see the lot would we
Every single one we plea
So science gave the telescope
Giving more than we could cope
And now we see those whizzing stars
Zooming rocks, the moons of Mars
Each and all those stellar things
Show us that the cosmos sings


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