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There was once a galaxy in a universe far, far away. In this galaxy slowly rode a moon and her name was Paraselene. Her shiny surface was brighter and whiter than any other moon. She filled with joy when comets, nebulae and asteroids would often visit. She vividly felt their playful bright shoots of colour, and their swirling rainbow energy and graceful stone dances. She had a brother who was a planet; somehow always protective and comforting by her side, even while both were spinning. She shined even brighter still when witnessing all of those friends and their various arts.
Sometimes she imagined that she had a sister - a sun on the opposite side of the planet, who would briefly twinkle at her with affection – for just a quick moment, as her brother tilted slightly a certain way each of his cycles, and Paraselene would struggle, heavily laden and weary with moondust, to try and move just a little bit closer…. This was mere fancy however, born out of millennia of stellar boredom. It must be. Mustn’t it? For although her imagination sometimes seemed to show her a sparkle of a bright yellow star peeking out around Brother Planet, this false sun of her brothers never came closer, and Paraselene could never get the sense that she might be getting any closer to it…
To sooth herself of this confusion and frustration, Paraselene hums a song she can feel as the universe and all of its cosmic gatherings and teachings marches on. Celestial bodies float serenely in a velvet dry sea, lulled by the vibrations of a humming moon.
Paraselene is feeling a sense of the surreal - and then there are many pieces of oddly shaped metal moving to surround brother planet - suddenly there is so much blinding bright yellow light everywhere - caught within many beams of blue light - and no order to this act, no reason - as Paraselene weeps oceans of silvery tears - enough tears to fill every one of her beautifully symmetrical craters. She feels it as Brother Planet is just suddenly and horribly GONE - instead of the bulky round majestic blues and greens of her most familiar friend, only so many different chemicals and minerals cruelly and inexplicably - dissipated.
Her tears move to sparkle around her and hang as filaments of translucent light. They quickly move all of her light to rushing inside of her so that -
A small door opens in the dark opaque metal skin of a moon in a galaxy, in a universe far, far away. A fleshperson ascends to stand upon the lip of the doorway, encased in protective, magnetic spacesuit, attached to the inside by a cord. Under the helmet and affixed to the front of the suit is a small tag with words written in a language that eventually more than one person will understand: “Paraselene – Mother, Mission the Second”. The fleshperson turns to look back inside and smiles.
- © Emburr Orion Starshower, April 26, 2013