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Energy builds, pressure escalates
Prodigious power sufficient to devastate
Cracks appear on this mighty boulder
Impulse overrides, as it begins to smolder
A flash so bright, enough to blind
Time for this you will never find
A shockwave so vicious, as the star erupts
Terrifying yet radiant this luminous flux
As fast as it began, its life takes a grim ending
Or maybe this death just started a new beginning.
A new star is born from the ashes of the deceased.
Cycles collide, Colors unleashed.
This is beyond cool.
Im glad you liked it 😀 its about how a star undergoes a supernova and etc etc. I researched the topic before writing it 🙂
I love your posts as well.
Oh and Thank you for the compliment
Woah that’s awesome! No problem I love ur blog too.
Nice portrayal of this mother of all events.
Very well done-loving the use of scientific terminology to enhance the emotions that run through this piece. Reminds me of Jane’s Addiction ‘Irrestible force/immovable object.’ Loved your Trauma piece as well!
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I would not have been brave enough to share my poetry with the world – even anonymously – at your age. I don’t think blogging even existed when I was your age! I was surprised to learn you are just 16. And you already gave yourself the best writing advice – to write for yourself and not for hits. Keep doing what you’re doing. xx
Thank you so much. You’re encouragement means a lot 🙂
Your blog looks great. I have a friend who writes all of her poetry on scientific principles/concepts you might like her work Celia Berrell http://www.sciencerhymes.com.au/ all the best and thanks for visiting my blog space.
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Crackling hot writing,love it
Really like it!
I don’t believe in coincidence, but in destiny.
The last sentence of this beautiful cosmic poem happens to match the last sentence of my own poem titled ‘reborn’ – ‘passion explodes, colours reborn’. It seems that my nebula poem has found its supernova soul mate! HELLO!
You just gave me the biggest reason to check out your blog.
Thank you so much.
Hello to you too.
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I think there’s a few different connotations in this – it’s very good with what can be picked out
I have a bit of an obsession with cosmic, large-scale events like explosions like these. I love the images you used in your writing.