Birth of Earth

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Just a quick poem

Submitted: July 06, 2017

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Submitted: July 06, 2017



From the Milky Way

I observed the Nebular cloud.

It lay

There, like a shroud.


 Then an object came by

And sucked the gases out.

I  don't know why,

But a crushing atmospheric pressure came about.


A massive gas giant is now there

Pressure builds up.

In and around and every where,

Now the fusion reaction cannot stop.


Atoms of hydrogen dancing around

Joining together without a sound.

Producing what we call helium,

Energy that's more awesome.


Then the whole thing starts a-spinning,

Gravitation takes hold.

Then all the particles starts mingling

Now the mass starts to unfold.


My future home planet is forming,

It's hot and it's storming

Through space at a tremendous speed;

Locked around the central mass, indeed.

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