Archive for the ‘Space’ Category

4220 days in orbit

February 19, 2008

feel these de-orbiting fiery fragments

the leftovers to be given out while they last

from the flaming core of my inferno

where innocent fortune shifted slowly

into decades of useless transparency

about to vanish as if it did not exist at all

This was inspired by the dull fact that I’ve been soon employed a dozen of years by the same company. Sometimes it’s not so glamor job at all.

Cheerio

This poem is an example from yet unpublished volume
currently identified as "I wish it was Texas"
by Yumatzuga (2005-2020).

Makes Light White Inside The Core of Mir

February 18, 2007

What makes one peer
What makes one disbelieve
Is it violet
that makes it all so sore

Ones drift can overawe
in the detonation of impress
Is it yellow
that makes the abyss of the depress

Murky skies of wideness sinew
Bonny summers juicy thews
Is it green
that makes the quiescence

This poem is an example from yet unpublished volume
currently identified as "I wish it was Texas"
by Yumatzuga (2005-2020).

Cheerio

Spektr of June

February 14, 2007

Secluded loose location
the clincher views of instalment
does the gammas or x-rays look good upon as

Learn the glances of the universe
when Progress hits your body
How inane is one’s morning
without the sweet toast of honey

Will the stars prompt
if hope presumes
Will mankind ever insinuate
of the occurrence


On June 25, 1997, the Progress M-34 spacecraft crashed into Spektr while maneuvering for docking with Kvant-1.

This poem is an example from yet unpublished volume
currently identified as "I wish it was Texas"
by Yumatzuga (2005-2020).

Cheerio

Мир (11881 Mirstation)

November 5, 2006

Just 0.000018 parallax of one arc seconds away

Who will lean on the Soviet Union
whereat skies are black

Does it help out our impression
while Russian motherhood lies intact

Still

as even are the orbital tracks
so in heat will young virgins stay

Does burnt down skin and bones
Allow one’s soul to pray

In honoring the memory of Mir asteroid 11881 Mirstation
was named after the space station.
This poem is an example from yet unpublished volume
currently identified as "I wish it was Texas"
by Yumatzuga (2005-2020).

Cheerio