Solaris Earth does long for sunlight, trees patiently await the first rays, birds commence their melodies, splendid celestial body is this that has brought about life on Earth, yet so mammoth and remote, yet, but a speck in this majestic Creation. In a nocturnal shore, I behold many suns, my senses are elated with elegance. What marvels there be, what wonders have been.
Richard Periut's Questions:
Is the poem, too "scientific"?
Does the poem in any fashion, make you more perceptual of the great Cosmos of which we all are a part of?