They scatter with the winds or vanish with the waves.
- Ariel Murphy
Sunday, November 25, 2012
On a clear night, you might see the heavens in
all its glory.The stars twinkle while
planets don't. I was told. And Polaris, the North Star, is always on the same
spot. If you're lucky enough, you might catch a comet as it blazes across the sky and
then fades somewhere deep into the universe. ButI wonder. What are the odds you'll see
another shooting star at the same exact space where the other had been?