Galileo’s Moons

Galileo's moons

Moons – sepia ink on vanilla parchment, delicate drawings of truth–

His life full of the observations of a keen mind and ardent student of the universe,

not content to rely on the experiments of Aristotle. Seeking to find anew the reality

of faith in nature.

His world and God’s, the same; heresies be damned.

Changing our world so long ago and leaving us a legacy of refracted glass and stars that are imploding, still,

today.

 

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