Tags : Jupiter

Jupiter : We have Impact

Jupiter : We have Impact

A Poem by Aimee Mahathy


reflecting on laying on rooftops listening to The Cure
Fly Away Space Ship

Fly Away Space Ship

A Story by Aimee Mahathy


a blip of peaceful summer nights :3
Angels

Angels

A Poem by Richard Williams


For angels everywhere.
Worlds in Song

Worlds in Song

A Poem by Richard Williams


They give to us elegant song.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Jupiter's Great Red Spot

A Poem by Richard Williams


The big storm on Jupiter.
The Visitors

The Visitors

A Story by CraziiDeerz


Sometimes it's best to leave the unknown alone...
Bear: Or the Progress of Humans, in Regards to Space Travel, by the Year 2634

Bear: Or the Progress of Humans, in Regards to Spa..

A Story by HarryWilo


A humourous, philosophical and politically driven look at life on a spaceship in the year 2634 and how ridiculous us barbarians of the 21st century ar..
Beneath The Stars

Beneath The Stars

A Poem by Zee Noir


Seek and you shall see...
The Clouds

The Clouds

A Story by Ajay Healey


The man stood on the railing. It had taken him the better part of the day to get there and now he didn’t know what to do. Contemplation s..
The Planets

The Planets

A Poem by Leigh Green


The cold eye of Jupiter Gazed down on me tonight And its moons slowed in rotation As I felt their unearthly light The rings of Saturn ..
Red-shift

Red-shift

A Chapter by TLK


The old man lies stationary, red-shifting into oblivion. He realised that he was an outbound Voyager when the swirling spot of that giant, Jupiter..
The Dweller in the Stars (Revised 05/07/2012)

The Dweller in the Stars (Revised 05/07/2012)

A Story by Marc Cutting


A retired accountant discovers some stars shine brighter than others.
The Dweller in the Stars

The Dweller in the Stars

A Story by Marc Cutting


A retired accountant who has taken up star gazing as a hobby makes a disturbing discovery.
Forgiving the Planets

Forgiving the Planets

A Poem by kera moondust


Nothing much to say here =p sorry
Without Proper Practice

Without Proper Practice

A Poem by kera moondust


And now all I am to you, is just a series of near misses. That almost intersected but never did.
How Could You

How Could You

A Poem by kera moondust


because I was feeling a little inspired
Transport Smash

Transport Smash

A Story by Ada


glass, broken glass shattered, tiny pieces crunching each step, CRSSSHK, CRSSSHK" crumbled paper on leather hu..

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