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Science in poetry

Sidereus Nuncius* I have seen two-horned Venus Travelling gently in the sky. I have seen valleys and mountains on the Moon, Saturn with its three bodies; I, Galileo, first among humans, Have seen four stars circle around Jupiter, The Milky Way … Continue reading

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“Five minutes after the air raid” by Miroslav Holub

In Pilsen, twenty-six Station Road, she climbed to the third floor up stairs which were all that was left of the whole house, she opened her door full on to the sky, stood gaping over the edge. For this was … Continue reading

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