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Updated on June 20, 2017

A Time of Creation




to partake,

an outsider



of Creation.

Three suns





to control


solar systems.

We have always created

since solar

system was dust.

Crystalline air

high on



Our time was here,


We turn

into dust

the next





of Ixania.



three suns


center of circle

we began

solar nebula.


the birth of a star.







each of us

began to project.

Facing the north



"This small planet was located 0.387 Astronomical Units from the central star and had an orbit at a 7 Degree angle. It's placement next to the central star gave the planet a surface temperature that varied from -170 Degrees Celsius to 430 Degrees Celsius."


iron core



thin crust

no atmosphere








"The name Mercury was set aside to be used as a mythological name..."


Seated clockwise

second world.

"Located 0.7233 Astronomical Units from the sun with an orbit inclined at a three degree angle."

Thick atmosphere

unlike Mercury

would be called Venus.


The echo is not Venus

allowed water present.


liquid core.

Plastic mantle

stay in motion

thin crust


great plates.

An active planet

with active volcanoes.

"The atmosphere was relatively thin, yet consisted of a layer of Oxygen molecules made of three Oxygen atoms that would allow the heat of the central star to enter and then to leave so the surface temperature would not exceed 50 Degrees Celsius."

Nitrogen molecules

Carbon Dioxide.

Harbored the six necessary

elements for life:







A small moon


from Solar Nebulae.

"This planet and its moon would be the planet that could evolve life and possibly consciousness maybe like our own, every Solar System had a planet given this option and only time will say what will be produced."

This planet

called Earth.


The fourth


"The atmosphere of this planet was thin with 95 percent Carbon Dioxide and a small amount of Nitrogen and Argon. The escape velocity of this planet was so small that most gases would escape the atmosphere."

Cratered collisions,

frozen polar caps.





No solid surface

liquid metallic Hydrogen,

a small rock core.

"The atmosphere had thick clouds of 75 percent Hydrogen and Helium, Water Vapor, Methane, and Ammonia. The clouds in the atmosphere moved in circular motions around the belt of the planet."


debris and ice

caught in







Creation went silent.

"A planet was projected that was 9.5388 Astronomical Units from the central star. The planets orbit was inclined at two degrees. Its equatorial diameter was 129,660 Kilometers with a temperature at the top of its clouds at -180 Degrees Celsius."

A Titan

with Tethys.


Miranda and Ariel.

Neptune, Pluto, and an End

Incredibly blue.


"Pluto is remains from the last Solar Nebulae we created. A planetismal in the last creation exploded during our creation and a piece of the planetismal fell into the newly created Solar Systems gravitational pull. The chunk of the planetismal had a strong enough gravity to create a spherical asteroid."

This seat of birth.

A central Black Hole,

free ourselves

into dust

fall into winds

atop the peaks

of Ixania.


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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      Rosemay50-Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a wonderful comment. I hope all is well.

      WindowPain-My favorite so far. I am still dry on this end. Jamie

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      "Dancing Lights" [by Window Pain]

      Far away

      In the land of snow

      You can watch

      The solar winds blow

      On clear cold nights

      They can be seen

      Dancing Lights

      Of Blue and Green

      Caught in Earth’s

      Magnetic poles

      They dance as though

      They all have souls

      They dance as though

      They’re having fun

      In the wind

      From the Sun

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      Rosemary Sadler 5 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      This is an awesome hub. Educational as well as a pleasure to read.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      I myself am a wannabe poet. Please keep writing poetry if anything we can enjoy what we create. I am in a little of a poetry dry spell now but have the notebook open. I hope to hear from you soon. Jamie

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      Thanks Jamie! I wasn't waiting for a reply. I often go for a few days without visiting Hubpages myself. It's not a chatroom, but a place to share ideas.

      Sometimes my mind is in a mood to generate poetry. Other times, the well seems empty. But I see there are no other wannabe poets here, sad. I was kind of hoping to see some more poems.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      Window Pain, I apologize that it took so long to respond, it has been a crazy weekend. But I was pleasantly surprised when I returned with these incredible poems. Thank you for not only sharing your talents but tying them in with my humble solar system hub. I hope that I can read more of your writing I will definitely be visiting your hubs, your friend, Jamie.

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      Here's an ode* to the short poem "Fog" by Carl Sandburg

      "Comet" [by Window Pain]

      The comet comes

      on a tail of light

      It glides over

      Heaven and Earth

      In silent flight

      And then moves on

      *ode: polite way to say rip-off.

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      [part 2]

      Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Mars,

      Our brothers who wander amongst the stars,

      And tomorrow we go

      To Mars to see,

      To answer The Question,

      Could There Be?

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      by popular demand...

      “The Wanderers” [by Window Pain]

      For ages untold we looked to the stars,

      And thought they were fires seen from afar,

      And then we saw Gods,

      So high above,

      Affecting our lives,

      With Wrath and with Love.

      Constellations are lines we trace in deep space,

      Keeping each God, in his right place,

      As seasons go on,

      The sky Gods wheel by,

      Permanently fixed in their place in the sky,

      And across these Gods the planets go,

      Wandering to,

      Then wandering fro,

      We knew then,

      They were not like the others,

      We know now,

      They are Earth’s brothers.

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      Now that sounds like fun, lets write some poems about astronomy, are we open to choose the topic or does it need to include all the planets? Let's us carry this conversation on. Tommorrow is my daughter's second birthday, but I wouldn't mind putting some thought into it. Thank you for the great idea! P.S. Your poem is great and I can't wait to hear more! Jamie

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      I'm not being flippant, but if you're looking for an angle maybe rhyming would be a useful tool.

      "The Oort Cloud" [by Window Pain]

      Out past Pluto lie lumps of cold

      Dust and Ice in numbers untold

      When cosmic billiards the heavens play

      We on Earth see the comet's display


      and I'm not even trying hard!

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      Thank you tillsontitan, in a class like situation you can have the students come up with there own story that includes all the facts. Jamie

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      Mary Craig 5 years ago from New York

      What an amazing way to teach about the solar system! This was interesting to read and educational too. With a little tweaking it could be used with kids as well.

      Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting!

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 5 years ago from Reno NV

      Window Pain-Unfortunately no smoking is occuring here, I currently work in research and hope to move to teaching to retire (many years to go.) I wanted to try a creative approach to bringing scientific information to an audience. I hope this works I will keep on trying. Jamie

      Mhatter99-Thanks for taking the time to read this hub, it was a mix of the fantastic and the real, I am glad you enjoyed it.

      philabustah- Thank you, I work in Anatomy and Physiology and could recommend a microscope without even thinking about it, Telescopes, I just use what I can.

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      Philip 5 years ago from Boston, MA.

      Good Job! What sort of telescope would you recommend to someone who wants to be able to see all the planets and constellations vividly?


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      Martin Kloess 5 years ago from San Francisco

      fascinating. good job on this

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      Window Pain 5 years ago

      Even here in Vancouver BC I doubt I could get stuff as good as whatever you're smoking. Lord knows I try.

      Interesting Hubpage after all the Solar System recitations lately.

      Please keep posting stuff!