Space on its own is gorgeous,
Wouldn't you agree?
Far, far away, stars twinkle in the sky
But what are they made of?
Generally speaking, multiple gases
But if you take a moment to listen,
You'll learn what they're really made of.

Hydrogen and Helium,
The main ingredients for your run of the mill star
It's what our parent star, our Sun, is made of
Each little speck of bright light in the night sky,
Is a burning hot mix of hydrogen and helium
Burning away slowly until all the hydrogen is exhausted.

I personally think every star is beautiful in its own way,
Each star burns bright and releases heat to warm nearby planets
But the prettiest stars I've ever seen

Are your eyes.

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