Ionic currents light the nebula.
Most lustrous waves of fury in the sky,
growing remains of a supernova.
Super-charged neutron-star. Pulsar. Whereby,
feint gamma rays in a smoky curtain
flash actively in a magnetized state.
blasting ions at a powerful rate.
The most powerful particle sources,
a luminal heart of a shattered star,
spins and lights up stellar resources
in a dragon galaxy spitting fire.
Across the electromagnetic field,
enormous flares are splendidly revealed.
This comes from
I don’t have much to say about this. I liked the picture, and I loved the title, thought it was poetic, so I wrote this sonnet.
Posted on June 13, 2011, in Poetry, Sonnets and tagged chemiluminescent, currents, dragon, electromagnetic, filed, fire, flash, galaxy, gamma, ionic, luminal, magnetized, plasma, powerful, radiation, rays, shakespearean, sonnet, space, stellar, supernova. Bookmark the permalink. 37 Comments.