A notebook bulletin board
tacked on when randomly bored
applied thoughts in a scribblebook
open for the world to look who passes by
so fast to see like a needle in a haystack we
safely stash those innermost secrets thought to be
at least you see languishing up and into pristine
blossoms for you to pick and sniff and hope
they don't make you sick.



What if the stars themselves eject planets.

One by one, over periods of time so long that we are hard- 

pressed to measure the incremental aeons, our Sun gives birth, 

one after another, to planetary seeds, which by a centrifugal force, 

gradually move outward from their Parent Star.   By the time

they arrive to the sixth stage of their growth, they undergo trans-

formation into the 1st Gas Giant phase; then, after another 

interminable period, the 2nd Gas Giant phase; then the 3rd; 

then finally they end up where Neptune is now; and ultimately, 

are spat out as plutinos, to be ejected past the Kuiper belt and 

eventually gathered in their final resting placethat graveyard 

of hundreds of thousands of spent planetoidsthe Oort Cloud. 

1 comment:

  1. This process appears to be mirrored in our galaxy itself

    As younger stars tend to cluster near the galactic core

    And older stars spread farther outward in their spiral

    Away from the central galactic crux which births stars