And each year now
we know more, but we know no better —
what we see in the sky is simply
the softened gloss of the past sifting
back to us, and likewise, every atom
down the body’s shining length
was inside a star, and will be again.

Christopher Buckley, from Apologues of Winter Light

(Source: weissewiese, via the-final-sentence)

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