Enceladus: Saturnian Moon

Written by on April 20, 2012 in Poetry with 0 Comments

Enceladus
by Christian Joore

The sun whispers on silent rings,
a hush that glimmers, glows and sings
This lonely moon it listens too,
afar with frozen ocean’s hue

Where noble nomads tumble around,
its whistling waters are southerly found
beneath the stress that stripes thin skin,
tidal force beats a warm heart within.

–CJ–

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